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Dining Etiquette Subtleties In Different Countries
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Dining Etiquette Subtleties In Different Countries

There’s no question that there are some major cultural differences between countries and regions, and dining etiquette is no exception. However, it can get pretty complicated and confusing if you’re all set to travel from one side of the world to the other. Here are a few infographics created by Visual.ly with essential dining etiquette tips that you should bear in mind in different countries.

From giving tips to bill splitting and from eating manners to the sounds you make (or don’t make) while you eat, almost every country has something that can surprise or bewilder tourists. However, many of these dos and don’ts originate from old traditions, and the modern etiquette rules in these countries may be less rigid. Feel free to leave comments with your insights on whether, considering your own experience, you feel that these infographics are correct.

Source: restaurantchoice.co.uk | visual.ly (via: lostateminor.com)

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KerteszIldiko
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7 years ago

In India is considered rude to eat all the food from the plate.In Japan it is considered waste to leave rice on the plate.

KerteszIldiko
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7 years ago

In India is considered rude to eat all the food from the plate.In Japan it is considered waste to leave rice on the plate.

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