First up, we have Egypt, which is, without question, one of the most-visited holiday hotspots in the entire world. Egyptian food has to be tasted to be believed, as it tastes truly divine, and is a world away from the tourist-friendly dishes you find being served in holiday resorts scattered around the country, which is why we need to go over the African dining etiquette in this country. Egypt is a predominantly Muslim country, and because of this, no pork is allowed, no alcohol is allowed, and you must eat your food with your right hand only. On top of that, all meat must be Halal. What’s more, during Ramadan, Muslims cannot eat during the day. When being served a beverage, you should always accept a cup of coffee and/or tea, and you should never pour yourself your own beverage. If your neighbour at the table’s glass is more than half empty, Muslim/ African dining etiquette requires you to refill it for them. In return, your neighbour should do the same for you. If, however, your neighbour has failed to do so, you should not pour the drink yourself, you should instead refill their drink, even if it doesn’t need topping up, as that should indicate your need to them.