1. The basic principle of holding a plastic disposable cutlery is to hold the knife or spoon in the right hand, hold the fork in the left hand, gently grip the tail end with your hand, and press the index finger on the handle. Pay special attention here, you can also take the fork with your right hand and a knife or spoon with your left hand. In addition, when eating with a knife and fork, you should use a fork to fix the left side of the food, then use a knife to cut the food into a small size, and then use a fork to pour the seasoning into the mouth.
The number of tableware knives and forks should be equal to the number of dishes and should be arranged from the outside to the inside in the order of serving. The order is from the outside to the middle in the order of eating, followed by eating appetizers, eating fish, and eating meat. of. All forks and spoons will be placed face up and all blade sections will be placed inwards. Use the food in parallel according to the order and place it in parallel on the plate.
2. When using the knife and fork, please pay attention to the knife edge always inward. If you need to temporarily put down the knife and fork when eating half, you should put the knife and fork on the plate in the shape of a figure, indicating that you should continue to eat. If you are eating a dish, you should place the tableware neatly in the center of the tableware until 4 o’clock, indicating that you can take the plate away. The forks and spoons placed horizontally on the front of the table are the tableware for dessert. Do not use them arbitrarily. They must be in the order of serving. When eating, it is generally the right and left hands to cooperate with each other.
1. The napkin suggests that the banquet begins and ends, and the napkin should be placed on the chair surface.
2. Leave the napkin halfway and put it on the chair.
3. In the banquet, each pair of dishes is served with a pair of knives and forks, and the knives and forks placed in front of them are taken inward from the outside.
4. The spoon cannot contain the mouth.
More etiquette about the cutlery is on the cutlery manufacturers website.