I agree with SPYDERKNUT, use a fixed blade for sanitary reasons.
Take a look at the Vagabond FB12 for steak knife type applications. not expensive either
The Spyderco Vagabond is designed for the wanderer. If you backpack, camp or picnic, chances are you've at some point needed a lightweight fixed-blade. The strong point of a fixed-blade knife is that they are manufactured from a single piece of steel with no folding parts to fail or break- ideal for use outdoors. A fixed-blade's weak point is they require a separate carry sheath for safe transport. The Vagabond's unique plastic sheath is made from part of the underside of the handle. A plastic cover pivots out/upward, snapping-over and safely covering the cutting edge eliminating the need for a bulky carrying sheath.
If the steak knife in a resturant was dull I have been known to use my EDC spyderco's to get the job done ( Native, Bob Lumb Chinese Folder, etc).
C.P. Adams Jr.