In a fine dining restaurant, is it okay to take a picture of your food?

Not always.

Most restaurants permit photos. The smarter ones encourage it. But there are some where its is strictly verboten.

These tend to be places that pride themselves on their creativity, and don't want competitors to see what they're doing (which is dumb, since all the competitors have to do is eat there).

One of those places is Enigma in Barcelona. It's the latest opening by the brothers who created El Bulli, which was considered the best restaurant in the world at the time. They want their guests to be surprised and intrigued by each course, as opposed to "doesn't look at all like the picture I saw online."


What you do with your phone is your business.

1.) You're not using the flash and distracting patrons

2.) You're not taking pictures of the patrons themselves

3.) You can also flip your switch to vibrate (if an iPhone) and it will silence the shutter sound

4.) You purchased the food, you can photograph it

5.) Aside from making a social faux pas with anyone else you're dining with, I'm sure if they know you're going to do it, they won't care about a phone being used at the table for 2–3 seconds

You're in the clear!


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American Franchised fast food restaurants will not sell 100% fast food because the theme is cheap and affordable food with sensations in the taste bud. They will use high level of salt and sugar to create craving so people would return to them and the pricing wouldn't be threatening to the pocket. KFC is the

Are parents always right and children always wrong? Why or why not?

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