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The conventional layout of Western tableware is as follows: put a soup plate in the middle of the opposite side, with a spoon on the top of the soup plate, with the center of the spoon facing upward. Put various wine glasses and water glasses on top of the spoon. The left and right sides of the dinner plate are respectively a fork and a knife, and the knife and fork are placed in parallel. The bread and butter plate with the butter knife is on the upper left, parallel to the wine glass. Napkins are placed in a dinner plate or folded and inserted into a water cup. If there are noodles in the meal, there will be a special fork and spoon placed horizontally under the plate.
In a formal Western banquet, each dish will be accompanied by a set of corresponding tableware, and in the order of serving: appetizer, soup, seafood, meat, beverage, bread, dessert, arranged from outside to inside. Experienced people can judge the approximate dishes from the tableware placement.
When the base is used for dinner, it is placed in the center of the passenger seat in advance; a table knife is placed on the right side of the base with the knife edge facing the base; a spoon is placed on the right outside of the table knife with the center of the spoon upward; Two, a lettuce fork is on the left inner side of the chassis, and a fork is on the left outer side with the prongs upward; a snack fork and a spoon each are placed on the front upper end of the chassis; in fact, the table is not necessarily To put a snack fork and spoon, they can be brought to the table before serving or at the same time; the bread and butter plate is placed on the left front of the fork, and a butter knife is horizontally placed on the plate, parallel to the fork; beverages The cup is placed in the center of the upper end of the table knife; the condiments and ashtray are placed in the center of the dining table, and the two-seater table against the wall is placed near the edge of the wall.
Continue to eat: Split the knife and fork open, about a triangle shape, then signal that you want to continue to eat, the waiter will not take away your plate.
The result of the meal: And when you put the cutlery on the side of the plate, even if you have something on the plate, the waiter thinks that you have used up the meal and will take away the plate in due course.
Add food: The plate is empty, but you still want to eat, open the knife and fork, approximately in a figure eight shape, then the waiter will add food to you.
Already used meal: When the plate is empty and you no longer want to eat, put the fork and knife in parallel and diagonally. Then the waiter will take away your plate in due course.