I haven’t heard it. Here (at least in my area) when you serve something to someone, you say “zapovyaday(te)” (the -te at the end being used for plural or respectful form). Although, of course, an ill-mannered peasant might simply say “Na!” (which is usable when giving something to someone, not only when serving, and in all cases it’s considered somewhat rude or at least simplistic).

Btw, that latter part got me thinking how our language is full of various kinds of exclamations, which I’d find it hard to translate to English, like the “na!” above, or be/bre, abe, ya!, opa etc.