Service à la russe (French, "service in the Russian style") is a manner of dining that involves courses being brought to the table sequentially. It contrasts with service à la française ("service in the French style") in which all the food is brought out at once, in an impressive display.
People also ask, which side do you serve and clear from?
To clear the side dishes that were placed from the left. The reason most often given for this is that most people are right handed. So, for example, when a waiter must use his right hand to serve from a platter, it is least intrusive if he stands to the left.
What is plate in service?
Silver service (in British English) is a method of foodservice that usually includes serving food at the table. It is a technique of transferring food from a service dish to the guest's plate from the left. It is performed by a waiter by using service forks and spoons from the diner's left.
What is the American service?
A method of serving hotel or restaurant food, in which portions of food are placed on plates in kitchen (except for bread and butter and salads which are served on the table) by the establishment's employees and served to each guest by a waiter or waitress. See also English service and French service.