Restaurant Service Basics

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Wiley, Nov 3, 2008 - Technology & Engineering - 208 pages
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An excellent training tool for both hospitality programs and working restaurant managers, Restaurant Service Basics, 2nd Edition considers the entire dining experience in situations ranging from formal to casual. Step-by-step instructions guide readers through service functions. Different types of service French, American, English, Russia, Family-style, and Banquet are explained in detail, along with universally important safety, sanitation, and emergency procedures. This Second Edition features end-of-chapter projects that incorporate real-life situations, as well as enhanced coverage of point-of-service and other technology use in restaurants.

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About the author (2008)

Sondra J. Dahmer has taught at numerous hospitality and foodservice programs.

Kurt W. Kahl,MS, RD, CD, LD, is a Registered Consultant Dietitian and trainer in the areas of foodservice and nutrition. Together, Dahmer and Kahl have trained waitstaff on service skills and have helped experienced servers polish their skills.

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