When eating western food, there is a small plate on the plate for the main dish. The knife is placed on the right side of the plate, the blade is facing the plate, the spoon is placed on the right side of the knife, followed by the fork, and the goblet is placed on the top right of the tableware. They are all placed on a tablecloth for each person. This table design demonstrates the good taste of the owner.
When using a knife, the blade must not face outwards. Knives and forks should be placed in an “eight” shape when placing them in a meal, and they should be placed on the side of the dinner plate. The blade faced itself, indicating that he would continue to eat. After eating a dish, put the knife and fork together on the plate. If it is a conversation, you can hold a knife and fork without putting them down.
When you don’t use a knife, you can hold the fork in your right hand, but if you need to make a gesture, you should put down the knife and fork. Mouth, do not hold a wine glass in one hand and a fork in the other hand. Remember, at no time should one end of the knife and fork be placed on the plate and the other end on the table.