It’s polite to comment on food in French

In her latest article explaining the vagaries of French, language expert Camille Chevalier Karfis explains the linguistic etiquette of dining out

Experiencing the cuisine is a major part of travelling in a French-speaking country.

In France, people will expect you to comment on the food you are eating. A waiter at a restaurant may even ask you: “Est-ce que tout s’est ...

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