Table manners are quite relaxed, although you should wait for your host to indicate where you should sit. The continental style of eating is followed in Lithuania, in which the fork is held in the left hand and the knife in the right hand, while you are eating. Hands should be kept visible, and above the table, with wrists resting on the table edge when you are not eating. It is customary to take small amounts of food and to then accept a second helping. It is also considered polite to try all foods that are offered.
Table napkins are left on the table, and not placed on the lap. When you have finished eating, your knife and fork should be placed in the formation of a cross on top of your plate, with the handles facing to the right, and the tines of the fork facing downward. The first toast will be made by the host, and will be made with liquor rather than beer or wine. At some point later in the meal, it is appropriate for a guest to reciprocate by offering their own toast.