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The Restaurant Etiquette Quiz is designed to test your knowledge of proper restaurant dining behavior. The Restaurant Etiquette Quiz questions are carefully crafted so you can gauge how much you really know about proper restaurant etiquette.
1. What critical piece of information do people often leave out when calling a restaurant for a reservation?
a.Their name
b.Preferred reservation time
c.A comment about the excellence of the restaurant
d.Their phone number
2. Rather than demanding the "best table" in a restaurant when making a reservation, what is a better way to get an ideal seat for dinner?
a.Tell the maitre d' what kind of evening you have planned and ask for the best seating arrangement
b.Get to know the layout of the restaurant and ask for a specific, favorite table
c.Specifically request a table not near the kitchen
d.Make not requests until you arrive at your reservation time, then pick out a table among the available tables
3. What is the surest way to get excellent service at a restaurant?
a.Tip well on each visit
b.Ask to speak to the chef prior to ordering
c.Be gracious to your waiter and thank them for their service
d.Make no special requirements on your food order
4. You're running late for a dinner reservation. What should you do?
a.Don't worry about it if you'll arrive within 30 minutes of the reservation
b.Call if you're 15 or more minutes behind
c.Only call if you think you won't make the reservation within an hour of the reserved time
d.If you're truly late, the table will be released anyway, so no phone call or other contact is necessary
5. American restaurants have become less formal over the years. What should you do if you're not sure of a restaurant's dress code?
a.Call and ask what the dress code is
b.Scope out the restaurant ahead of time and get a feel for what most people are wearing
c.Research the restaurant online
d.Dress as conservatively as possible
6. If you're eating in a restaurant and waiting for a call on your cell phone, what should you do?
a.Accept the call when it comes, keeping it brief and your voice low
b.Talk only in the bar or waiting area
c.Let your voice mail get the call
d.Take the call; unless this is a very fancy restaurant, it's no big deal
7. You know you should tip your restaurant server 15-20% of your dining bill, but if you valet parked your car, how much should you tip the valet?
a.Nothing, if the valet service is part of the restaurant
c.2% of your dining bill
8. If you are on a date at a restaurant, you should not order an alcoholic drink unless your date does too.
9. Considered to be in very poor taste, what is the "dine and dash"?
a.Eating quickly, and demanding the bill as soon as the food arrives
b.Eating quickly, rushing out without tipping
c.Leaving the restaurant before finishing a meal, and throwing the money for the bill on the table while dashing out
d.Eating, but leaving without paying the bill or tipping
10. If you are hosting a gathering at a restaurant (and will be paying the bill), it is appropriate to order for your guests as a time-saving measure to your party and to your server.
11. If you're hosting a dinner party at a restaurant for a couple of friends and a valued client, who should you ask the waiter to serve first?
a.The client
b.The client's spouse
c.All the spouses
d.Your spouse
12. Which of the following behaviors is NOT considered rude in a Chinese restaurant?
a.Reading the newspaper at the table
b.Holding your pinky finger up while drinking tea
c.Reaching across the table to get to a bowl of food
d.Pulling out a toothpick after dinner and picking your teeth
13. If you have to leave the table during your meal and want to ensure your waiter doesn't remove your plates, what should you do?
a.Tell your waiter you will be returning
b.Inform your party to make sure nothing is removed from your setting
c.Put your napkin on your chair
d.Put your napkin to the right of your plate
14. If is rude to refill your dining partner's glass of wine. Leave that to the waiter.
15. What is the best day to communicate a displeasure with your restaurant meal?
a.Leave a small tip
b.Leave no tip
c.Tell the wait staff what your concerns were
d.Never return to the restaurant
16. When using correct silverware, where do you start from for each course?
a.the middle
b.the inside
c.the outside
d.it doesn't matter - they're all the same
17. Do you think is okay to burp the abc long and loud in a facy restaurant
a.that's rude and inpolite
b.yes is okay I do that every wear I go
c.I depends on the company
d.there is nothing wrong with that
18. Do you burp after a meal in a restaurant
a.yes and I do it proudly with out shame
b.no that's nasty
c.yes I even burp the abc one time and I am not ashamed of that
d.yes I even burp in purpose I do it long and extremely loud
19. Do you burp after a meal in a restaurant
a.no that is impolite
b.yes I do that
c.yes I even do it in purpose
d.there's nothing wrong I do it long and loud they applaud me when I burp
20. How do you let waitstaff know you are done with your plate upon finishing your main course?
a.Put your fork and knife side-side vertically facing you in the middle of the plate
b.Let the waitstaff know when you're done next time you seem them by raising your right hand
c.Move your dish to the middle of the table.
d.Put your napking on top of your plate.
21. When there is live entertainer(s) providing background music at a restaurant, when should you applause?
a.After every musical piece.
b.When the entertainer(s) call a break.
c.At the beginning of a famous song.
d.Never. You are eating not at a concert.
22. What is a reasonable way to express your displeasure with a restaurant?
a.Yell and scream and stamp your feet, heaping word after word of abuse upon them.
b.Ask to speak to the manager and explain why you are displeased.
c.Wait for the manager to leave, then mug him in the parking lot.
d.Dash out of the restaurant without paying.
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What others think about Restaurant Etiquette
By: Dawn on Aug 28, 2013
  Nice test
By: bob on Mar 19, 2013
  Don't ever take restaurant staff for granted
By: Orion on Feb 12, 2011
  :) best of luck
By: Smoke on Aug 13, 2010
  I don't understand question 11 - does it assume that the host and client are Male? Stupid assumption.
By: Jeanette on Jul 31, 2010
  very interesting
By: Iyer Amarkumar R on Jul 31, 2010
  There are people who talk aloud while partying in a restaurant causing much of disturbance and nuisance to many who would want to dine/lunch in silence. These people should keep their voice low and be considerate to others
By: danny on Jul 11, 2010
  I hate it when a customer in a group of diners finishes eating first and asks the waiter for coffee and desert before the other diners have finished their main course. Almost as bad: when a customer takes much longer to finish eating than the rest of their party. Proper service requires that a waite
By: Lisa on Mar 25, 2010
  thanks, good quiz
By: abi on Feb 21, 2010
  great test
By: Ashley on Dec 1, 2009
  Always be pleasant and polite!
By: Joan on Nov 30, 2009
  Interesting Questions
By: Jessica on Oct 21, 2009
  proof read your quiz!
By: sarah on Oct 17, 2009
  Stop the conversation with your dinner partner(s) when the server is present at your table. Even if they are simply pouring your wine.
By: Jessany on Oct 4, 2009
  For the love of God! Don't touch the plates! It is the waiter's job! You don't do Meryl Streep's acting for her, so don't touch the plates! If there is a prblem TALK like a HUMAN BEING to the waitstaff.. DON'T ABUSE THREATEN THEM! You will establish yourself as being an utter a****hole!
By: ally! on Sep 18, 2009
  ughn this test was bogus.
By: jenny on Sep 16, 2009
  this quiz took forever to end and it had nothing to do with "what fancy restrant am i guiz" i love quizzilla the best it rocks more than these stupid quizzzzzzes!
By: mk on Aug 24, 2009
  martha carol
By: PrettyGlo on Jun 16, 2009
  How about some editing?
By: jodie parks on Apr 25, 2009
  I have bad manners I don't know nothing about restaurant etiquette the only thing I know is that I burp a lot in restaurant in porpuse they loud and long about 6mins
By: marie on Apr 21, 2009
  Would like to that somethings I let out a huge burp long and loud and sometimes in porpuse to be honest all the time I go 4 times a week and burps are long and loud about 5 mins I go burp like crazy with out excusing myself that's my time I am a proud burper with out shame people look at me and talk
By: Temari on Apr 6, 2009
  Tip: When you've finished your meal, then please don't sit there yapping for hours on end. Pay for your meal, then leave; the waitstaff want to clear your table and seat other patrons. If you want to talk, then go to the bar.
By: Kishore Degwekar on Feb 6, 2009
  1. Thank the waiter every time he brings something to you. 2. Do not snap fingers at the waiter
By: carol on Jan 1, 2009
  When dining with my messy toddler nephews, I always tip the busboys separately.
By: ash on Dec 18, 2008
  im a server at a higher class restaraunt lets see how i do
By: nicole on Nov 28, 2008
  not everybody can be a server, its like writing a book, everybody thinks they can do it, but until you actually try, you have no idea how hard it is
By: Jacqueline Parker on Nov 19, 2008
  The Restaurant Etiquette Quiz has giving me some helpful tips on dining in a restaurant.
By: Amber on Nov 13, 2008
  Hope I did well
By: chas on Oct 22, 2008
  Having a reservation for a group of people (8 or more) does not mean you have the whole dining room. You, as the restaurant staff, have a responsibility to all the other guests to behave properly, not infringe on their dining experience and do not allow your guests to get loud and disruptive.
By: DI on Oct 21, 2008
  don`t overwork the staff patience be polite and tip well. TIP WELLL if you really enjoyed your stay..... money will have greater influence to tell them how was your stay then words.... if i was content with the service i usually tip about 15% bit if it was wonderfull. up to 30-35 % no problem.. g
By: bob on Aug 9, 2008
  bob loves it
By: Gwyne on Jul 21, 2008
  I always treat the wait staff like I know them, they then feel comfortable serving us.
By: Stacia on Jul 18, 2008
  LOL this is my first time @ a fancy restraunt WISH ME LUCK imma need all of it
By: sabeer on Jul 7, 2008
  excellent quiz will be very use full for all restaurant staff and students
By: Grace on Jul 6, 2008
  owning my restaurant in melbourne, I have come across some very bad behaviour. Our waiters are well paid, it is not expected for patrons to leave big tips more around 5 -15% depending on the service. Waiters hate we customers go out of the way to say how fantastic there night was and then leave no tip, its a common practice which they think will go unnotice til they come back and get a average table and the new kid waiter looking after them,

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