Food and beverage service

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Wiley, Feb 7, 1990 - Business & Economics - 222 pages
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"Required reading for every waiter, waitress, or maitre d'hotel . clearly written, and easy to follow ." --Manfred F. Ketterer Hospitality Management Instructor The Culinary Institute of America Wiley Professional Restaurateur Guides Food and Beverage Service Customer service is the key to a restaurants success and the most important factor in establishing your reputation. The first in a series of service guides, Food and Beverage Service offers essential information on all aspects of food and beverage service for restaurant managers, owners, and personnel. Written by two of today's top experts, the guide explains: * The responsibilities and procedures of typical positions--captains, servers, and bussers * The basics of food and beverage service--how to set the table, explain the menu, sell specials, take an order and pass it to the kitchen/bar, and more * A wide range of professional serving techniques and service styles--including American, French, Russian, butler, and cafeteria

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Contents

BUSSER
1
SERVER
59
CAPTAIN
129
Tableside Preparation of Cold Items
190
Electronically Transmitting an Order
205
Index
217
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About the author (1990)

About the authors BRUCE H. AXLER is the author of 23 culinary and hospitality books. Most recently, he was managing director of Tavern on the Green, New York City. CAROL A. LITRIDES is the author of several books on food service/food preparation. She has developed and run hundreds of training programs for restaurants and hotels and is currently the general manager of a landmark restaurant.

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