Maybe you didn’t know, but today it’s time to find out that the way you place your cutlery when you are done eating can transmit a very important message to the chef. So, the way you leave your fork and knife can compliment the chef, or contrary.
A very important thing you should know is that once you took the cutlery from the table, you are not allowed to place them on the table again. In this article you will find out how to place your cutlery when you are done eating, how to place them when you take a pause, and what message you transmit depending the way you place them.
How to Place Your Cutlery When You are Done Eating
- When you want to take a pause, you place your knife and fork on the plate, without intersect them, trying to create an angle. Like you can see in the picture.
- When you are done with the first dish and you are waiting for the second dish, you create a cross using you fork and knife. Like you can also see in the picture.
- When you are done eating and you believe the food was very delicious and extraordinary cooked, you place parallel your fork and knife, on the horizontal. You can see in the picture.
- When you simply done eating, but you don’t have any commentaries, you are neither delightful, neither unsatisfied, place parallel your cutlery, on the vertical, as you can see in the image.
- When you are done eating and you didn’t like the food, crosslinks the knife and fork.