international dining etiquette
Dining etiquette in Venezuela is similar to the rules of dining etiquette in the other Andean and South American countries. The dining etiquette information below presents Venezuelan variations from general dining etiquette of Andean and South American as found on the Colombian dining etiquette page.
You do not have to finish everything on your plate. When you want to indicate that you are finished with your meal, place your knife and fork parallel to each other with the fork tines facing 10 P.M. on the plate.
- Mike Lininger, Editor, Etiquette Scholar
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