Table manners vary widely around the world. We’ve done a lot on Sushi and how it should be eaten correctly and now we’re highlighting this video about Thai cuisine and more importantly, Thai table manners.
It’s full of great advice as restaurateur Apsorn Gumnurdmanee talks us all through the important tips needed to eat like a local in Thailand.
Don’t scoop rice with a fork, wait until everyone has their rice before serving the food on the table, don’t eat rice with a fork and remember, the spoon is your best friend when eating Thai food.
There’s eight tips all together and you’ll be surprised to learn some of the subtle nuances you should learn to eat correctly.
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