Manhattan steakhouse's waitresses got a surprise tip from their customer who kicked the bucket last summer.

Maureen Donohue-Peters and her niece Maureen Barrie, have learned the death of their favorite customer after the wealthy person named them in his last will and testament according to WABC in New york, ABC station.

King of Ming, which was Robert Ellsworth knew around the art world, insisted that he was called Bob at Donohue's Steak House.

Ellsworth was very down-to-earth, and he would help anyone, as what Donohue-Peters recalled.

Source: ABC News

In the New York Times obituary, Ellsworth, 85, died as a result of fall in August.

At the time of his death, his estate sum up about $200 million and both of the waitresses were left with $50,000 and was contacted by his attorney in December.

Donohue-Peters said WABC that at the Yuletide season, he gave tip to the entire staff, from dishwasher to buspeople.

She added that Bob knew their names, and had their $8.95 bacon and cheese sandwich. She was very grateful for the gift but she still misses her good friend.

She then said that she would love to see Bob alive eating in their place than receiving a money.