We're all guilty of reaching for our phones the minute a chef or waiter places a delicious-looking plate of food on the table.
In fact, it doesn't matter if it's a homemade dish or a beautifully plated restaurant meal, sometimes the meal just looks so good, you simply have to share it with your Facebook, Twitter and Instagram followers.
Taking a picture of your homemade creation is simple - you plate your dish, take as many snaps as you like until you have the perfect one then it’s bon appétit!
The rules are slightly different when you find yourself at a dimly lit restaurant with other diners who are there to enjoy a good meal and not necessarily gain more social media likes and followers.
Do you use your camera flash? Is it acceptable to take pictures of other people’s food? Do you rearrange the table setting in order to get your perfect shot?
Celebrity chef and food stylist, Zola Nene has her own rules when it comes to social media etiquette at the dinner table.