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Seperate checks? rude?

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Our family is looking forward to an approaching European vacation. London and Paris for 9 days and 11 family members.

Is is tacky to ask for seperate checks in either city? We can split the bill but we have a wide variety of eating styles. some folks drink, others do not, some are very light eaters, etc etc.

I was thinking that it maybe easier to ask for seperate checks.

TIA

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