Don’t cross the chopsticks! Dining etiquette across the globe

Serving customers from other countries is a truly cultural experience, as not all food enthusiasts adhere to the same set of table rules.

In America if a customer belches and make a big mess at the table, you’ll likely give them a dirty look (and expect a big tip), but in China that’s just a compliment to the chef. Passing food with your left hand in India is disgusting – that’s your bathroom hand! A Mexican patron using a knife and fork is considered arrogant, but in Brazil and Chile it’s a requirement (and in France both must be used at the same time).

I wonder what the etiquette is on food fights?

Read the full article here: How restaurant dining differs in 10 countries

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