Ok, as long as we go Dutch next time

I invited a friend to go to a street market by my house where they served some real good Japanese food. My friend's mom wanted to pay for her daughter's meal, but I insisted on paying for both our meals myself, her mom finally said: Ok, as long as we go Dutch next time. (*) I pay for your meal (*) you take me with you (*) you let me drive you there (*) we divide the costs

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://english.best/questions/23766,i-invited-a-friend-to-go-to-a-street-market-by-my-house-where-they-served-some-real-good-japanese-food-my-friends-mom-wanted-to-pay-for-her-daughters-meal-but-i-insisted-on-paying-for-both-our-meals-myself-her-mom-finally-said-ok-as-long-as-we-ugo-dutchu-next-time/
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In Germany, going Dutch is still very popular. What about your country? How often do you split the bill when you go to a restaurant with some else?