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serving forks

3 items total
Cocktail fork NUOVA, set of 6, WMF
KULINA WEEKEND
19,90 €
WM1291546040
Serving fork EVA TRIO, set of 3 pcs, Eva Solo
29 €
ES115030
Serving fork STELLA, set of 2 pcs, Blomus
KULINA WEEKEND
30,55 €
BM63951

Serving fork – a must-have multipurpose serving utensil

What are serving forks?

Serving forks are kitchen utensils that are specially designed for serving food. Depending on their intended usage, they come in a range of forms and sizes and are often longer and bigger than normal dining forks. Forks used for serving snacks, olives, cheese or ham on the other hand are quite small and feature two tines

Serving forks are typically used to move food from a serving dish to a plate or to keep larger pieces of food steady while they are being cut or sliced.

On the Kulina website, we have a variety of serving forks and every type of fork has unique qualities that make it simpler to serve a certain cuisine or dish. These serving forks are hand-picked from renowned manufacturers such as Eva Solo, Nicolas Vahé, WMF, and ZWILLING.

Stainless steel, bamboo, and other materials can be used to make serving forks. They are a necessary appliance in every kitchen or dining area and are often included in sets of dining cutlery for formal and informal meal settings.

What are the types of serving forks?

There are several serving fork varieties, each with a distinct function. These are a few typical examples:

  • Salad Fork: This fork is made specifically for serving salads and other foods that call for scooping and has shorter, broader tines than a conventional fork. Salad forks are often part of a salad spoon set.
  • Pasta fork: With its long, thin, slightly curved tines, this fork is perfect for twirling spaghetti and other long noodles.
  • Fish Fork: This fork has a wide, flat head and long tines which are used in serving fish. It is often used in formal meal settings together with a fish knife. Please check our selection of fish and seafood cutlery.
  • Dessert Fork: A dessert fork, which is smaller than a regular fork, is often used to serve desserts or small plates of food. It could feature a tine with a small curvature to help you scoop up bite-sized quantities.

These are just a few of the serving fork varieties you can purchase on our website; there are additional varieties as well, made for more particular needs or events.

What is the difference between a serving fork and a dining fork?

A dining fork, also referred to as a table fork, is a typical-size fork used for eating meals. It normally has four tines and a long handle. Dining forks are used to transfer food from the plate to the mouth and are usually bigger.