Formal Table Setting | Table Setting Vocabulary with Pictures

Formal Table setting refers to the way to set a table with tableware. Informal settings generally have fewer utensils and dishes but use a layout based on more formal settings.

Learn Formal Table Setting Vocabulary in English through pictures and examples.

Formal Table Setting Vocabulary

Dessert fork

– We use a dessert fork to eat food.

Tea spoon

– I need a tea spoon to stir my tea.

White wine glass

Her white wine glass was still quite full.

Red wine glass

– He drank from a red wine glass.

Water goblet

– I cut myself on a piece of broken water goblet.

Bread and butter knife

– Could you bring us another bread and butter knife, please?

Coffee cup

– I’d like a coffee cup, please.

Saucer

– I replaced the cup carefully in the saucer.

Bread and butter plate

– The bread and butter plate is part of a set.

Napkin

– He dabbed at his lips with the napkin.

Salad fork

– I prefer to use a salad fork.

Dinner fork

– I stabbed at my meat with my dinner fork.

Dinner plate

– The pizza is about the size of a dinner plate.

Dinner knife

– He used a dinner knife instead of chopsticks.

Salad knife

– I think I need a salad knife.

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Formal Table Setting | Table Setting Vocabulary with Pictures

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