Hack meets the French outsiders in Romandy - it's usual to dine with them (7)
I believe the answer is:
'usual to dine with them' is the definition.
I can't tell whether this definition defines the answer.
'hack meets the french outsiders in romandy' is the wordplay.
'hack meets' becomes 'cut' (I am not sure about this - if you are sure you should believe this answer much more).
'the french' becomes 'le'.
'outsiders in' suggests removing the centre.
'romandy' with its centre taken out is 'ry'.
'it's' is the link.
Can you help me to learn more?
(Other definitions for cutlery that I've seen before include "Eating irons" , "Eating implements" , "Knives, forks and spoons" , "Knives, forks, etc" , "Eating utensils" .)