In 2010 Ipsos Reid and the Canadian Restaurant Food Association conducted a survey about the frequency of eating out by Canadians and the reasons why. Not surprisingly a main reason why people head out to eat is for the social interaction. Toronto has a superb restaurant scene that rivals all of the global heavy hitters. A friend of mine, and a serious world-traveler, recently said that what he loves most about dining-out in Toronto is that it’s possible to find cuisine from anywhere in the world in this city that is authentic. Not impostor food, or “melting pot” food, but the real-deal. Torontonians are mad for diversity and it shows not just in the streets but in the cuisine too.
But dining-out comes with responsibility. To answer ten of the most often discussed dining dilemmas is etiquette expert and founder of Orr Etiquette, Lisa Orr.Read More
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