5 French Table setting willows95988.typepad.com/.../img_2362.html The table is set, the meal is about to be served. Everything has its place...the strongest ritual in France...Dining. The rules are known, and there are many, and it seems every French person knows them! I swear it is in their genetic make-up! They know detail after detail...let me give you three:1) Never spread-tartiner foie gras. Instead cut it and place it on a piece of grilled bread.2) The last drop served from a bottle of wine should be poured into the glass of a célibataire- because whoever has the last drop of wine will be married at the end of the year. 3) Your serving of bread is placed on the table, at the left-hand side of your plate, above your fork more to comewillows95988.typepad.com/.../img_2362.html
6 บริกรมาบริการถึงโต๊ะ (Table Service) รูปแบบรัสเซียน คล้ายกับแบบฝรั่งเศส แต่ใช้บริกรเพียงคนเดียว อาหารจะถูกจัดใส่ถาด และบริกรจะนำมาไว้ที่โต๊ะพักอาหาร บริกรจะนำจานมาวางตรงหน้าลูกค้า โดยเข้าทางด้านขวามือไปรอบๆ ตามเข็มนาฬิกา บริกรจะถือจานอาหารด้วยมือซ้าย และเสิร์ฟด้านซ้ายมือของแขก โดยตัดแบ่งอาหารเสิร์ฟไปทางขวามือจนครบทุกคนDining Etiquette If you are invited to a Russian's house: . Arrive on time or no more than 15 minutes later than invited. . Remove your outdoor shoes. You may be given slippers to wear. . Dress in clothes you might wear to the office. Dressing well shows respect for your hosts. . Expect to be treated with honour and respect. . Offer to help the hostess with the preparation or clearing up after a meal is served. This may be turned down out of politeness. Asking 'are you sure?' allows the hostess to accept your offer.
7 Table mannersTable manners are Continental -- the fork is held in the left hand and the knife in the right while eating. . The oldest or most honoured guest is served first. . Do not begin eating until the host invites you to start. . Do not rest your elbows on the table, although your hands should be visible at all times. . You will often be urged to take second helpings.It is polite to use bread to soak up gravy or sauce. . Men pour drinks for women seated next to them. . Leaving a small amount of food on your plate indicates that your hosts have provided ample hospitality. . Do not get up until you are invited to leave the table. At formal dinners, the guest of honor is the first to get up from the table.
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