Breaking bread in Britain

British etiquette expert William Hanson talks about restaurant dating etiquette on the television. William talks about “courtly love” and “table manners” and shows us how to butter bread, how to eat spaghetti and when to go Dutch.

Please note: “To go Dutch” means that each person pays for his/her own food and bills. This appears to be quite usual today.

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Written by Christine Burgmer

25. September 2016