KANTIPUR HOTEL TRAINING CENTER

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Food Production

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F&B Service

F&B Service & Waiter Training Tips: F&B Service consulting, by definition, is a review or evaluation of the restaurant dining…

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F&B Service

F&B Servcie

F&B Service & Waiter Training Tips:

F&B Service consulting, by definition, is a review or evaluation of the restaurant dining room service system. This means, "how the dining room runs" which includes all of the service tools provided (or to be provided) by the management. These tools include readable floor diagrams, seating coordination, menu descriptions, properly done staff schedules, side work postings and a whole host of other things.

There are two main aspects to the F&B Service Consulting field:

1) On-site Restaurant Dining Room Service Operations Evaluation and Review.
2) Waiter Training.

After the dining room service system is organized properly, the waiters are ready to be trained. The big mistake is to train the staff without having understandable and coordinated systems in place. If there are flaws in the service system, then even the most highly trained and experienced staff will make errors translating into unnecessary headaches and lost revenue. It is plain common sense to train a staff according to that particular restaurant's procedures otherwise the balance and consistency of customer service will be thrown off.

At times, in my restaurant consulting experiences, I find that owners/operators can be very hesitant to let an outsider do the initial restaurant evaluation prior to waiter training for a score of reasons such as fear of embarrassment, dealing with egos being stepped on during the process, not wanting anyone to be very close to operations etc. In truth, restaurant customer service cannot progress over time without experienced, objective, constructive criticism -- whether it comes from the outside or within.

Restaurant service system flaws can continue on for years without being corrected costing time, money, and headaches. And just the same, waiter service technique flaws can go on for years as well. Sometimes, it's not necessarily deep rooted flaws, but just a better, faster, more organized and streamlined way of going about procedures -- no matter how small the solutions may seem to be. Time is money when it comes to the repetitive nature of dining room service and there are no two ways about it.

To improve restaurant customer service performance, you need to know what areas are in need of improvement. The restaurant management should ask for feedback from experienced staff and repeat customers as well.

Once you know what you are doing right and what needs work, you can develop systems and documentation to improve your establishment. Many times, it's simply a matter of confusion as the "left hand" doesn't seem to know what the "right hand" is doing (or why). You'll find that clear communication between all staff members and management goes a long way in helping you achieve your restaurant service performance goals.

Personal Qualities:

  • Must be neat, tidy and smartly dressed.
  • Tactful, courteous and able to communicate well with people.
  • A good service attitude
  • Able to work in a team.
  • A good memory to recall which customer ordered which dish.
  • Must have good physical health as the waiter spends most of his working hours on his feet.
  • Manual dexterity required to serve guests.
  • & so on.
  • Duties:

  • set table cutlery, serviettes and condiments before the start of meals;
  • seat the guests when they arrive, take their orders, and serve food and beverages;
  • familiarize yourself with the menu and recommend dishes, drinks and wines when taking orders;
  • clear used cutlery and replace table settings when guests leave;
  • Serve individual portions or dishes and refill drinks when requested.
  • & so on.
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