Everyone knows what it is like to go into a restaurant and have a bad experience. You had to wait twenty minutes before placing your drink order, you had to ask twice for a glass of water and on top of it all you were treated rudely. But aside from these obvious mistakes and oversights, what can a successful server do to rise above mediocrity and provide a great restaurant experience for the guests?
Whether you are just starting your business or simply want to cater a friend’s get-together, a little help goes a long way when it comes to catering a small party. Read on for tips on how to make your small party a hit!
Catering businesses can sometimes pose a bigger risk to food safety than traditional restaurants, because the more the food is handled or transported, the greater the risk of bacterial contamination. But as long as caterers properly train their staff and keep a watchful eye on the product, this should not be difficult. Here are eight tips to help caterers maintain food safety standards at their events.
You need two things to design a fantastic looking buffet: a good eye for aesthetics and an assortment of decorations and food display items. With these tools at hand, you can create a dazzling buffet that is sure to impress your clients and their guests. Here's what you need to start:
There are two big considerations when developing a catering concept: market research and your personal interests and talents. You can tailor your offerings to food that you enjoy cooking, while still leaving room for exploration in other cuisines that you may not be familiar with right off the bat. This guide will help you develop a catering concept that is not only fun and enjoyable, but one that has the potential for real success.