At Brooklyn Chop House, Cardi B and Offset leave a $1,400 tip on a $3K bill.

Page Six have learned that Cardi B and Offset dined with their entire team at Brooklyn Chop House on Monday night and left a very hefty gratuity for the workers.

The famous rap couple, who took over a few tables at the hotspot, allegedly left a $1,400 tip on a $3,000 bill that included dumplings and dessert, according to sources.

They also took a shot with Robert “Don Pooh” Cummins, the owner of Brooklyn Chop House, who is planning to open a second shop in Times Square.

The 29-year-old “WAP” rapper kept her outfit simple for the night out, donning a black Vetements sweatshirt and orange-framed spectacles. In contrast, Offset wore a Supreme puffy coat over his hoodie.

This visit to Brooklyn Chop House appeared to be more pleasant than the hip-hop couple’s November visit, when patrons grew enraged when they were forced to leave the restaurant to make room for them.

Cardi and Offset, according to Page Six, came to the packed restaurant without a reservation for a “private dining experience.” The restaurant had to persuade one existing group to finish their meal sooner so that the hotspot could accommodate the music duo and their entourage of roughly 10 people.

Robert "Don Pooh" Cummins, Offset and Cardi B in a booth at Brooklyn Chop House

“[The other diners] were on dessert,” a spy told Page Six, “so [the restaurant] brought them over bottles of Cristal and free desserts to encourage them to evacuate the area for Cardi.”

It wasn’t difficult to persuade the other diners to finish their meal sooner.

“Once they got the bottles of Cristal,” the insider added, “they gladly obliged.”

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