Are you a fine diner – or happier to eat in front of the telly?
This fun foodie quiz will reveal your dining style, from gastronome to a ready-meal fan.
Whether you request breakfast in bed every weekend, but only if it’s ‘Instagrammable’, or are easily impressed with a takeaway on the sofa, there’s a diner persona for you.
The tool comes after a poll of 2,000 adults found more than half ban food in bed – but 46 per cent think it’s perfectly acceptable.
Despite differing opinions 48 per cent have eaten snacks or meals on their own mattress, while 13 per cent have done so in a hotel, with toast, biscuits and chocolate in the bedroom.
But curry, a roast dinner and lasagne are the top foods firmly off limits, as well as fish and chips, soup and burgers.
The research was commissioned by bakery brand St Pierre and found 19 per cent agreed the idea of eating under the duvet is nice, but not the logistics.
And while three in 10 believe the concept is lazy, 29 per cent admitted they can’t enjoy the experience because they’re too worried about the mess.
If any meal is acceptable in bed, it’s breakfast, according to 58 per cent and the likes of croissants, cereal and yoghurt appeared on the ‘allowed’ list of foods.
Similarly, tea (67 per cent) and coffee (61 per cent) are justified.
St Pierre’s spokesperson said: “There is clearly a divide when it comes to the idea of eating in bed.
“While some will allow a greasy takeaway box or messy sauce covered meal in the boudoir, others understandably draw the line at anything other than breakfast.
“Having the first meal of the day in bed, especially with a partner, has for a long time been seen as a romantic gesture and many of us plan to start

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