Cultural differences are not a myth. It is mandatory to bark in some countries as a sign that you liked the food, while the same thing is considered as an inadequate table behavior in other countries. When travelling and, consequently, interacting with other people – and especially when traveling with your job or when meeting new people is a desired purpose – knowing the dining etiquette might come in handy.
A friend of mine referred me to a useful and interesting infographic by The Restaurant Choice: Dining Etiquette Around the World. I liked it a lot and I decided to included here on the blog.
For those of you who travel a lot, what do you think about this infographic? Is it accurate? Do you have anything to add to it?
3 thoughts on “Dining Etiquette Across the Globe [#Infographic]”
Interesting! Who knew my loud belches would be considered a good thing in China?
Excellent information! The tipping’s the one that always gets me. I’m from a no-tipping background, so I always struggle with what to do and how to do it!
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