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People come out to eat at a restaurant for more than the food. Eating out is an experience, celebration. The  waiting staff is the most visible part of that experience. Waiters and Waitresses serve food or drinks at restaurants, bars and cafés.

They may also work at larger functions, providing excellent service guests everywhere from music festivals to large-scale sporting events, banquets, weddings. Let’s say that you can take part in every kind of event.

Can you adapt quickly to changes and new situations? Can you chat up even the most surly, grumpy and uncommunicative people at parties? Could you carry a hot bowl of soup through a hurricane without breaking a sweat?

If you’re friendly, love talking to people and don’t mind being on your feet for most of a shift, If you’re personable, reliable, and good multi-tasker that’s job for you.

A member of the wait staff needs to Greet customers, present menus, and explain daily specials to them communicate with the back-of-house workers, and act as the “face” of the restaurant to the customers.

During busy dining periods, You would work under pressure to serve customers quickly and efficiently. The first rule of being a good server is to remember the customer is always right.

To find out more about booking a professional, reputable caterer for any private or corporate events in London, talk to Uban Catering today.

Call us today on 0800 368 7446.