Etiquette expert William Hanson gives his advice on the right way to send a meal back in a restaurant if something's wrong.
The restaurant hopes the ban will encourage families to talk at the dinner table this Christmas.
If we lived in a perfect world, everything – absolutely everything – would be free on our birthdays.Thankfully, a number of our favourite restaurants has helped us come one baby step towards that being a reality by offering us free food and drink on our big day.Whether it’s a bottle of free Prosecco or an entire meal, each of these joints will offer up something tasty if you sign up to a newsletter, for example, or simply give them an email address they can send a code to.Keep in mind that for lots of them, you can’t simply wander in, grab that bottle of plonk and run out again – you have to buy something (but it’s usually pretty reasonable, unless you’re someone who goes to a restaurant purely for a bottle of solo wine. Not that we’re judging).Most of these restaurants have branches across the country, so chances are you’ll be able to snap at least one up – just remember to follow each restaurant’s instructions well ahead of time.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Nando’s has brought out halloumi sticks and people are very excitedWoman claims the secret to a perfect roast chicken is cooking it with a £300 hair dryerThis is what happens to your body when you eat an entire Easter egg
We challenge you to find a millennial who isn’t guilty of it.It’s become the norm to rearrange the table to curate a more Instagrammable aesthetic and scream at anyone who dare begin to tuck into their meal before it has been documented on their iPhone.And one woman certainly wasn’t going to let her $600 (£450) meal go unnoticed.The student took to Imgur to share images of every single course she ordered at a San Francisco-based restaurant and captioned each snap with an honest review.And before her work trip could be met with criticism, she wrote:“For those of you with the disparaging comments about this endeavour not being worth it, or that I shouldn’t be spending my money on stuff like this if I’m not financially well-to-do. Kindly shove it up your a***. It’s my money, and this is what I like. Cut me some slack.”So look no further for what £450 can get you at one of San Francisco’s most expensive restaurants.FYI, it includes a 24K gold Snickers bar.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: How many calories is too much on Christmas Day?Turkey and other Christmas dinner additions you can prep ahead of the big day14 amazing things you can do with your Christmas leftovers
A nude restaurant has opened in Paris, inviting diners to enjoy a meal while wearing nothing but their birthday suit.
There are dozens of sky-high bars and restaurants in London, and hundreds nationwide - but this new offering in Canary Wharf should be top of your summer list.