Please give her a chance to learn the Western way on timing and booking. In a date, men are expected to pay for dinners, shows, and other expenses.
In terms of cutlery, start with the outside first and work your way to the centre course by course. At formal occasions, wait until the "chair" (alpha-male, officer in chief, capo de tutti capi or whoever is the most senior person on the table) nods towards the table or takes knife and fork to invite everyone at the table to join in eating.Austria is among the lucky countries in which train delays of five minutes get announced at the platforms with an apology.Punctuality is a big deal and you should call your host if you are running late.Many people get their title or academic degree included in their passports and they even a master ("Magister") degree is written before the name.Most titles are used instead of a name when referring to a person directly, for example "Herr Magister" or "Frau Doktor".In taxis, restaurants and other areas, service charges are usually included.Austrians make even numbers on bills by tipping less than 10 percent.Tourists and international visitors are normally treated with much tolerance and patience.If you speak German, a more detailed understanding of Austrian′s customs regarding etiquette is expected.Formally "Grüß Gott" ("May God greet you", typical for Austria an Bavaria) or casually "Servus" for hello and good-bye."Danke" means "thanks" and "Bitte" means please, you also respond with it to thanks (as with "you are welcome").