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Ch.20.3 & 4

Table service and guest complaints

Food is fully prepared and plated on individual plates in the kithen and brought to the dining room American service
How food and drink are delivered to the guest Service style or table service
Food is brought to the table in a large platter and servers serve each guest Russion service
Food is placed on the table in serving dishes and the guest help themselves Family service
Dishes are prepared or finished off at the table side table service
Elaborate style based on serving a meal in three courses French service
Used for large groups, where guests may serve themselves Buffet
Drinks should be served from the right or left? Right
Plates should be cleared from the right or left? Left
Guest who leave without paying Walkouts
Which type of service has high food cost? Buffet
Name 5 table manners. Do not talk with your mouth full, have good posture, pleasant conversation,Say please and thank you, Excuse yourself from the table, cut one bite of food at a time,pass both salt and pepper shakers,place napkin in lap
Created by: mlbevins