Kaishi Kiriko

Kaishi Kiriko - Master Chef

Determine how food should be presented, and create decorative food displays.
Determine production schedules and staff requirements necessary to ensure timely delivery of services.
Estimate amounts and costs of required supplies, such as food and ingredients.
Inspect supplies, equipment, and work areas to ensure conformance to established standards.
Instruct cooks and other workers in the preparation, cooking, garnishing, and presentation of food.
Monitor sanitation practices to ensure that employees follow standards and regulations.


    Anna Maseratti -

    Now the waiter or waitress has greeted the table, brought the drinks, and taken the order, what next? Now we move onto the second of our waiter duties, which is to conduct Ongoing Table Maintenance. Duties that a waiter or waitress should expect to perform at this stage are:

    • Bring out food
    • Clearing empty plates
    • Refilling drinks
    • Bringing extra items requested by guests (ranch, bbq sauce etc)
    • Ensuring the food came out as desired
    • Clearing all plates at end of meal
    • Crumbing the table
    • Offering after dinner drinks and dessert
    • Cash handling (when processing the check)
    • Thanking the guest for coming in and assisting in any other ways

    It is important to note that as a waiter or waitress, you will be performing these duties for every table in your station.

      Christy Blowey

      Christy Blowey -

      Clean tables and/or counters after patrons have finished dining.
      Prepare hot, cold, and mixed drinks for patrons, and chill bottles of wine.
      Explain how various menu items are prepared, describing ingredients and cooking methods.
      Prepare tables for meals, including setting up items such as linens, silverware, and glassware.

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        John Keywhen

        John Keywhen - Master Waiter

        Every table is different and this is by no means the most comprehensive list of providing hospitality to guests. Some tables will be more needy than others, and some will just want you to take their order and leave them alone. This is where you will have to use your people skills to determine what level of hospitality your guest is expecting.
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        George Kiwi - Chef

        So what is the difference between hospitality and service? Hospitality is going above and beyond, anticipating guest needs, making the guests feel welcome, being friendly and attentive, basically treating the guest as if they were in your own home. Service is just the bare minimum, taking orders, bringing drinks, and clearing plates. Service is part of your job, but that is only one part of what brings a guest into your restaurant.
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