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Eating out. Rare event. Confined to the richest section of society  element of snobbery Being in the restaurant is more important Majority of people don’t know what they’re eating Non-English names for dishes  More exotic and exciting. 1991.

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Eating out

Eating out


Eating out

Rare event

  • Confined to the richest section of society element of snobbery

  • Being in the restaurant is more important

  • Majority of people don’t know what they’re eating

  • Non-English names for dishes  More exotic and exciting


Eating out

1991

  • Government suggested that menus should give more details

  • Chefs and restaurateurs were outraged

  • Chefs find that eating out should be like an adventure

1992

  • Experts find that the food that’s been served isn’t what it’s claimed to be.

  • The food is often stale or going bad.


Eating out

Popular food

  • Every town has at least 1 Indian or 1 Chinese restaurant

  • People like to eat at pubs, because it’s really cheap

  • People also like take-away meals, because it’s quick

  • British people love there famous ‘fish & chips’


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Popularfood


Eating out

Englishmeals

  • Breakfast: usually a packeted cereals and/or toast and marmalade

  • Elevenses: a cup of tea or coffee and biscuits

  • Lunch: meal that is served at 1 o’clock

  • Supper: usual word for the evening meal

  • Dinner: sometimes used as evening meal


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Fastfoodoutlets

  • Are more common in Britain than in other countries

  • Cynics claim that the British have no sense of taste

  • Do not have strong class associations

  • There is local middle class protest when a new FF restaurant appears

  • People from almost any class feels comfortable in FF restaurants


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