Everywhere has its own rules and traditions.
In different countries of the world to trapeze in the middle of the day are different. For most of us, for example, a complete meal is the first, second and compote. In the U.S., usually at lunchtime, office workers eat a salad or a sandwich sitting at his Desk. In other countries the picture may be quite different.
In the Hawker centers (an indoor centre catering with trays), there are many different kinds of eateries where you can buy a relatively inexpensive local cuisine – dumplings, chicken rice, noodles.
During the lunch break in these centres attracts office workers, which looks a bit strange here, sitting on small chairs in their severe suits.
For many Americans, lunch is a necessity, not a break. Many employees either bring food with you or buy something to eat, for example, salad or sandwich, and then eat it at my Desk while continuing to work.
Except for those occasions when you invite a client to join you for lunch in a café, drinking alcohol at lunchtime under the ban. Lunchtime in the USA is not being used by employees to communicate with colleagues and the rest of the work, as in some other countries.
Restaurants à quilo is a usual place where officials in Rio de Janeiro arrive during the lunch break. In these restaurants there is a huge cupboard stands that attract visitors with the abundance of food on their plates.
Most of the dishes offered here are typically Brazilian: rice, meat, black beans and veggies and French fries.
During dinner, Germans eat is usually pretty tight. The Germans like at lunchtime to enjoy a meal, sitting with my colleagues somewhere in a cafe or restaurant.
For the Germans lunch is the main meal – as a rule, sausages, potato salad, schnitzel, fries, etc And for dinner they eat something light. Many prefer to drink beer.
In India, the delivery service has its roots far back in history. Every day about 5,000 peddlers of food deliver about 200,000 hot meals to office workers all over Mumbai. Usually bring Lunches in metal containers.
Network delivery of food is very extensive, but efficient, even in the case when the containers of food should be taken as the baton from hand to hand several couriers. It’s amazing how they still manage to deliver food to the customer and not to confuse.
Until recently shipped food was local dishes prepared in home kitchens. But now everything is changing; prices are rising and food getting more modern. However, the method of delivery remains unchanged.
Throughout Japan you can find many eateries, located on the quiet streets and alleys. Some of the best eateries — a tiny “hole” that attract visitors wishing to eat lunch-something hot.
Servants are come to such eateries at lunchtime and sit at the bar right in front of the chef who cooks noodles for them. Therefore, the client and the chef can socialize.
The Spaniards call their midday meal “la comida”. As in Germany, lunch is often the main meal of the day. La comida consists of a variety of dishes and is served from 14:00 to 16:00.
Usually the meal starts with something light, for example, soup or salad, followed by meat or fish dish (e.g. paella or seafood ragout) and ends with a dessert, which can be anything from fruit to traditional confectionery.
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