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Dinner Etiquette: If you are served a meal that is already on the plate, wait until everyone has been served before picking up your cutlery, unless invited by your host to start.
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Dinner Etiquette: There might be an array of flatware in front of you, along with plates and stem ware, i.e., water glass and possibly wine glasses. A rule of thumb is that solids are on your left and liquids are on your right.
Dinner Etiquette Sit up straight at the table with your feet flat on the floor. If you must cross your legs, do so at the ankles. And keep your shoes on!
Indian Dining Etiquette: Playing with food or in any way distorting the food is unacceptable. Eating at a medium pace is important as eating too slowly may imply that you dislike the food, whereas eating too quickly is rude.
Indian Dinner Etiquette: If a meal is served over banana leaves then its customary to fold the leaves over from the top at the end of the meal and not from the bottom as this might be considered disrespectful in some parts of India.This is to note the host that you have finished eating. — with Anshu Malik and Anshu Monga.
Indian Dining Etiquette: Using the fingers, the food should be scooped onto the flatbread (naan, roti, etc.) and quickly brought to the mouth.
Indian Dinner Etiquette: It is expected that one should not leave the table before the host or the eldest person have finished their food.
Indian Dinner Etiquette: While serving food in an Indian home, it is rude for the host to not offer you food multiple times.
Dinner Etiquette: Never cut your food into bits all at once; cut only two or three bits at a time. Take small bites and always remember to chew with your mouth closed — and don’t talk while you have food in your mouth.
Dinner Etiquette: If the first course is brought to the table in twos or threes and not everyone has food yet, don’t begin to eat; wait until all the people around you have been served the first course, and then begin to eat together.
Dinner Etiquette: Use the utensils farthest from the plate, working from the outside in. Remember the rule of solids to the left and liquids to the right. All properly set tables have glasses to the right (liquid) and solids to the left (bread and salad plates).
Dinner Etiquette: Always introduce yourself to those around you at the table and talk with those on each side and across from you.
Dinner Etiquette: When you’re not eating, keep your hands on your lap or with wrists resting on the edge of the table. Elbows on the table are acceptable only at the end of the meal when no food is on the table.
Dining Etiquette: Please turn off your cell phone. If you absolutely have to have your cell phone turned on, put it on vibrate mode. Under NO circumstance should you place, or receive, a call while dining.
Dinner Etiquette: If you arrive at the table before anyone else does, do not begin eating the bread, crudites or any preset food, such as appetizers, until everyone else has arrived and is seated.
Dinner Etiquette: At a formal dinner when you have finished eating your meal, do not push your plate aside or stack them on top of each other. It is proper to leave the plate sitting where they are currently. Let the service personnel do their job.
Dinner Etiquette Tip: Always introduce yourself to those around you at the table and talk with those on each side and across from you.
Dinner Etiquette: After the meal is over, the host signals the end of the meal by placing his napkin on the table. You should follow suit by placing your napkin neatly on the table to the left of your dinner plate, with no soiled areas showing.