A number of food and drink trends dominated the year of 2016, this could have been in street food markets, on various menus or even on social media. So we decided to delve in and find out what those were. Read on to find out!
The role of a Sous Chef is one of the most sought out positions in the culinary industry.
A Sous Chef is the second in command in the kitchen, below the Executive Chef.
The role of Sous Chef involves significant responsibility, as the Sous Chef must have the capability of leading other workers in the kitchen, remain organised and professional, and report vital information to the Executive Chef.
Waiting staff work in bars, restaurants and coffeehouses that serve food.
They have the responsibility of ensuring that customers and guests are completely satisfied with their visit from their arrival till the moment they leave.
The duties of any waiting staff are entirely dependent on the type of establishment they work in, e.g. when working within a fast-food restaurant chain, they will need to ensure customers receive a quick service, in comparison to working in restaurants, it is the aim of the waiting staff to offer a relaxed experienced.
When hospitality employers are recruiting from a university, they look specifically for a key set of skills from the graduate candidates.
Getting a graduate job in the hospitality industry requires you to possess most of the below skills; you will need to provide evidence of occasions where you have developed your skills.