On the face of it, you might think that chefs simply prepare and serve food. Over time, the role has evolved and they are now responsible for so much more. As well as food trends changing, there have also been developments in the way we prepare food and how we eat at restaurants. Rather than having an influence in the kitchen, chefs now also have an impact on the outside too. So how has being a chef changed? Let us explain what the modern day chef role looks like!
When we put time, energy and effort into our restaurant business, the last thing we want is complaints and poor reviews. It can be very disheartening and make you feel like you are failing as a business. However, being aware of the most common complaints will put you in a good place to be aware of them and work towards avoiding them. If you’re a restaurant, gastropub or hotel manager, here’s how to avoid the most common complaints.
Now that we can see the light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel and restrictions are starting to lift, it is time to start thinking of ways to upgrade your hotel or restaurant this year to accommodate for an increase in guests. Now that people will have more freedom when it comes to going on holiday, it might be a good idea to make a few changes to ensure you are making a good first impression on your guests. Find out just three ways in which you can upgrade your hotel this year!
Sometimes, adding a personal touch to a guests’ room can transform an average stay into a truly unforgettable one. When thinking of ways to give your hotel the competitive edge, adding a special touch to the hotel room could be the perfect solution. This shows that you really value your guests and go the extra mile when it comes to maximising their experience. So what are some of the ways you can add a special touch to the hotel room?
While some restaurants adopt a more casual dress code and allow employees to wear what they want, most usually employ a dress code. Here is a guide to restaurant wear that is commonly seen by staff.
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