A notipping policy quotworks for a certain kind of restaurant I don39t know if it works for all restaurantsquot NYC chefowner David Chang says

A no-tipping policy "works for a certain kind of restaurant. I don't know if it works for all restaurants," NYC chef-owner David Chang says.

No-tip restaurants gaining few fans

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There aren’t many issues on which edgy Momofuku chef/owner David Chang and a Koch brothers-funded conservative think tank would see eye-to-eye. But the no-tipping movement is one of them. Both voice concern that changes to waitstaff compensation schemes triggered by $15 an hour minimum wage mandates could have a detrimental effect on restaurant economics, particularly at mid-sized operations.

The outspoken Chang made his remarks in an

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