How should you sit at the table? Where exactly should the knife and fork be placed when you’re finished eating? What are the big mistakes to avoid when dining in another country?
This infographic from The Restaurant Choice offers up tips on different dining etiquette in a number of different countries.
You’ll be surprised at some of the customs that certain countries have - like the fact that in France splitting the bill can be seen as rude, especially in a formal situation and in China and Japan people are not expected to tip.
There’s a list of different countries with dos and don’ts for each - enjoy.
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