Where does the coffee cup go in a place setting?
Keeping this in consideration, where does the water glass go in a place setting?
The water glass belongs to the right of the plate, just above the main dining knife. Wine glasses should be set to the right of the water glasses in the order in which they will be used.
Subsequently, question is, where does the spoon go in a place setting? Silverware is placed in an even line, one inch from the edge of the table. The forks generally go on the left, with the exception of an oyster fork which goes to the far right of the spoons, and the knives and spoons go on the right. The cutting edges of knives are always placed toward the plate.
Beside this, what should a place setting look like?
The first and basic rule to get you started is: Utensils are placed in the order of use; from the outside in. A second rule, with only a few exceptions, is: Forks go to the left of the plate, and knives and spoons go to the right. (The oyster fork is the only fork placed to the right of the setting if it will be used.)
How do you do place setting?
Basic Table Setting Instructions
- Lay the placemat on the table.
- Put the dinner plate in the middle of the placemat.
- Lay the napkin to the left of the plate.
- Place the fork on the napkin.
- To the right of the plate, place the knife closest to the plate, blade pointing in.