Target

To be fully conversant with Food and Etiquette related to Fine Dining and to handle yourself with confidence, style and world class. To make your guests feel more comfortable and help business to be conducted in a more successful manner in any dining situation.

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Fine Dining and Table Etiquette:

  • Formal, multi course, sit-down dinners – protocol and procedures.
  • Place settings & Dinner placements.
  • Buffet meals – the dos’ and don’ts’ of it.
  • Use of crockery, cutlery, glassware, napkins, at formal and informal meals.
  • Eating etiquette - practical session on eating with forks, knives, spoons, chopsticks & bowls.
  • Finger foods – food that should be eaten with fingers.
  • Eating Indian meals and etiquette related to it.
  • Food habits in western countries
  • Information on different foodstuff.
  • Body language at the dining table
  • Beverages – classification of alcoholic beverages. How they are served, and when and with what foods they are served.
  • Toasting and protocol related to very formal invites.

*(Followed by a practical session with either lunch or dinner in a fine dining setting)

While some of the rules have changed, it is still important for making a favorable impression and showing courtesy to your dining companions. Our etiquette experts have been hard at work creating a contemporary, comprehensive dining etiquette guide with new rules for a new millennium and the time-tested techniques still needed today.

Under each section heading, you will find a link to take you to more detailed rules on each dining etiquette subject.