OK, Tamahagane knives these are not. But then, neither is the price. Rather, at around £2.50 per set, these are good value barbecue cutlery.
The knife is about the same size as a standard table knife. The top edge of the blade is wide enough to allow firm finger pressure.
Both the knife and fork have no frills chunky wooden handles, and are comfortable to use.
The knife has a much sturdier feel to it, and the wooden handle is better finished than that of the fork. The fork is (IMHO) slightly disappointing, and somewhat utilitarian in appearance. The `business end' is made from thin, easily bent metal, and the prongs are crudely shaped (flat, with a single bend at their base, rather than uniformly curved). In use, the square-edged tines of the fork can snag against the serrated edge of the knife blade.
Despite my minor gripes, the cutlery does what it's supposed to do well. Given the price, prompt service and FREE delivery, it would be difficult, indeed churlish, not to award a 5 star rating. However, to borrow from AI McCulloch's review, `restaurant quality' refers more to Berni Inn than the Savoy Grill.