You have invited an important client for a business lunch. You are interviewing for a job, and a meal is part of the interview. You are attending an awards dinner. Do you know how to use the cutlery properly? Do you know which side your bread plate is on? In short, do you practice dining etiquette? In situations like these, your table manners are on display. Making a good impression requires that you know the rules of dining. Fortunately, they are easy to follow. Use these tips to help you maneuver the business meal with finesse.
Source: Juanita Ecker
Added on June 30, 2005