January 13, 2015

Your Guide to Eating Etiquette Abroad

In the UK we are accustomed to eating with a knife and fork with most of the dishes, but as we live in a world where everyone travels you are bound to experience a totally different dining experience. From France where they use specially designed snail tongs to hook snails out of their shells to St Lucia where you use your hands to indulge in their speciality dishes, this handy guide is sure to help you have an authentic cultural experience. 

Take a look and make sure to share any of your essential etiquette tips from your travels below.

Your Guide to Eating Etiquette Abroad

Your Guide to Eating Etiquette Abroad [Infographic] by the team at The Co-operative Travel


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