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Quiz: How much do you know about fine dining?

Indoor dining is set to reopen for some customers later this month.
Jul 18th 2021, 10:00 PM 53,944 29

FINE DINING IS a luxury at the best of times, but particularly during a pandemic when indoor restaurants have been closed.

There has been a lot of debate about indoor dining this week. Legislation has been approved to reopen indoor dining for the fully vaccinated or people who have recovered from Covid-19 following advice from NPHET

The government is aiming for indoor hospitality to reopen on 26 July.

With that in mind, whether you want to attend a fine dining establishment or have no interest at all, let’s test your knowledge. 

When did the concept of fine dining originate?
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Late 1600s
Late 1700s
Late 1800s
Mid 1900s
What is an amuse-bouche?
Another word for a starter
A type of soup
A French cheese
A small bite served before main course
Is clinking glasses to ‘cheers’ considered poor fine dining etiquette?
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Yes, it could damage the glass
No, it's a sign you're enjoying the meal
Is it also poor manners to lift a menu fully from the table while reading?
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Yes, at least one part should remain on the table
No, it doesn't matter
Caviar might spring to mind when it comes to fine dining. What is this?
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A soy-based dessert
A type of grain
A type of unfertilised fish egg
A type of fruit
Where can truffles, another fine dining classic, be found?
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In the ocean
Underground, usually at the base of trees
In swamps and bogs
In rivers
What is the maximum number of Michelin stars a restaurant can receive at once?
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One
Two
Three
Four
What was the original aim of the Michelin Guide?
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To increase demand for cars (and tyres)
To inform people of new restaurants
To highlight niche and obscure restaurants
To showcase healthier restaurants
In the 2009 film Julie & Julia, who plays US chef Julia Child?
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Julie Andrews
Goldie Hawn
Jane Fonda
Meryl Streep
What is the name of the restaurant in the 2007 film Ratatouille?
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Monet's
Gusteau’s
Dumont's
Robert's
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Top Dog
Woof! Well done
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Clever Cat
Almost purr-fect
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Fin-tastic
Good job
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What are Ewe Doing?
A fine effort
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Turtle-y Awful
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