Tipping is not a town in China.  It's also not something you do at Sushi Yasuda in New York.  The eatery is not allowing their patrons to tip the restaurant employees.

According to the Sushi Restaurant:

Owners of the New York City restaurant earlier this year decided they would no longer ask patrons to do any complicated math at the end of the night.  Instead of relying on tips, all their servers are on salary with paid vacation and sick leave.  Rosenberg said the goal was to enhance the restaurant experience for customers.

So would you pay more for your menu items in Sioux Falls if you didn't have to tip?