a. Chase common interview rules. Appear on time, wear proper dress and be ready to talk experience - however don't do it with your mouth full.
b. Wait for interviewer at the frontage of the building, not in the bar, unless you'd be in the way otherwise. Hold off on ordering a drink.
c. Ask for your table if all of them are already assembled.
d. Follow the guide of your interviewer regarding food and beverages. If she's having wine, you might too, if you're relaxed.
e. Order something in the middle of the menu cost, if you order first. But if you can let others be your guide, choose an item in the price range they put.
f. Choose something that's simple to eat, and not too messy like spaghetti, spareribs, crab or fried chicken. A lunch interview necessitates discussion so order food that is quiet to eat. Stay away from something that is crunchy or loud.
g. Brush up on vital table manners. Lay napkin in your lap without delay; leave it on the chair while leaving the table. No elbows, no smoking and no fingers.
h. Eat a little of your order, even if you dislike it. Don't try to wipe your plate with bread, crush the bones or slurp your soup.
i. Discuss your skills and other appropriate issues between bites. If asked a question just as you've taken a taste of potatoes, wait until swallowing it. Make eye contact to show your willingness; your table mates will recognize.
j. Keep up with the table - don't eat earlier or slower than everyone else.
k. Give Order for dessert if others have. If not, pass it up.
l. Get ready to leave with table mates, even if you've not completed eating.