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Butting in ahead of others or sneaking back between people to grab one more roll is rude. Tongs and serving utensils are there to transfer food from the buffet to your plate. That also means you cannot take food from the buffet and pop it into your mouth. None of us watching you do this will want to touch the tongs after you do. This is not a competition to see who can take the greatest amount of food at one time.Typically, caterers do not anticipate an attendee will consume 2 pounds of shrimp alone (yes it happens, I’ve stood witness) so there is no way to predict for this or have food on-hand with out charging the host).Like it was mentioned before for certain items it is better to have someone serving the item vrs a free for all.You never say anything rude about a foods’ appearance, especially at a potluck!One funny buffet story: When my older son was about 3, we went to a fancy Sunday brunch at a local hotel. fiddling with your hair, scratching your crotch or butt, or wiping your nose while in the buffet line. A buffet is not a free for all, “pile it a mile high on the first pass” occasion.
If you want seconds and thirds, you can go get more after all the guests have had a chance to access the buffet the first time but to pile your plate to overloading on the first pass may mean there is none for those guests waiting in line behind you. As a former restaurant manager, I used to cringe watching some patrons go through the buffet line.
For one, they can get badly burned on steam from the hot end. Reply Parents definitely need to accompany their kids through a buffet line.
For another, no one wants to eat out of a dish that a small child has run his/her fingers through, or licked off the utensil and put it back in the pan. I always go with my kids, ask what they’d like, and put it on their plates.
One of the most astonishing acts of selfishness I have seen is when a young man took the equivalent of 4 servings of a breakfast egg dish that were left in a steam pan thus leaving the last three men behind him with absolutely no egg dish whatsoever. If you are one of those people who picks up each individual piece of lettuce and examines it before putting it on your plate, please do the rest of us a favor and wait til the end to go through the buffet. Top pet peeves: grabbing food with bare hands and licking fingers before using a serving utensil.
Yet another bad example I witnessed was a potluck buffet for a wedding reception where the first 2/3 of the guests transformed themselves into pigs and piled their plates to overflowing and literally left nothing for the last 30 guests. Ditto for picking up pieces of meat on the buffet and wondering what it is as you hold it aloft. After some of the things I’ve seen I’ll never eat off of a buffet again, as some folks are just so unsanitary.
It is not usually the fault of the caterer when food runs out. The event planner and chef would dictate what a normal portion would be and what was predicted for the number of people for the function and sometimes the host of the function would choose to order less of a certain item (cost) thus running out.