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If you are looking for a specific type of restaurant fork for your flatware presentation, this is the place. We have a large selection of restaurant dinner forks, salad forks, cocktail forks and oyster forks. Within each category you will find simply styled modern forks, economy forks and elegant formal forks. Buying individual restaurant forks is a cost effective way to build custom silverware sets that meet the specific needs of your establishment or replace lost or damaged items.
Restaurant forks is a section that comprises many different types of forks, in this section you will find all the forks you need to set a formal place setting and numerous options for casual dining as well. The forks in this section make a great addition to hotel silverware sets and catering flatware collections. Shop for dinner forks, salad forks, cocktail forks and more. Every type of fork has its own purpose at the table. The largest fork is the dinner fork, it is used to eat the entrée, the salad fork is slightly smaller and is used to eat the salad course, two other forks are the cocktail fork and the oyster fork. Cocktail forks are used to eat seafood compote or seafood in the shell, this type of fork is used in both formal and informal settings. Oyster forks are designed to slice through the membrane of an oyster and are only used in informal place settings.
When you choose a set of forks for your restaurant supply or hotel silverware collection, there are many considerations to take into account, including the silverware pattern, length and stainless steel grade. Choose higher grade 18/10 stainless steel silverware or 18/8 stainless steel silverware for the best value, this type of alloy contains more nickel so it will resist bending and being scratched. 18/0 stainless steel flatware has the lowest grade but it is still a great choice for many businesses because it is less expensive but it still comes in many patterns to fit almost any décor.