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Fine Dining

Food and Beverage 1

Fine dining Refers to cuisine and service provided in restaurants where food, drink and service are expensive.
Fine dining restaurants Are commonly found in big cities. Are small, with fewer than 100 seats. Are normally proprietor- owned (one person) or partner-owned.
In fine dining, many customers go for, Special occasions such as …. Birthdays, for business or entertainment
In fine dining, the turnover per table May be less than one an evening.
Fine dining requires A lot of expertise and time for many dishes. Highly, well-trained chefs which can be expensive
Fine dining includes Table setting, china ware, glassware, silverware and napery ( tablecloths and napkins).
Fine dining menus Include imported items such as foie gras, caviar and truffles. Have an extensive and expensive wine list.
Steak Houses Cater to a well-identified market such as steak eaters and men (they enjoy beef).
Different cuts of steak include Tenderloin Steak, T-bone Steak, Porterhouse steak, Rib-eye, Sirloin, Prime Rib, New York strip Steak
Many seafood restaurants Are independent and the menu price ranges from low end to high end.
Examples of sea food Fish like cod, tilapia, salmon, sardines, captain Shell fish like lobsters, crab, prawns, shrimp, mussels, oysters
Nouvelle Cuisine means Simpler foods. It means light sauces based on meat juices, stocks, essences, and spices. Vegetables prepared so that their natural flavors are retained
Nouvelle Cuisine is not about Roux or indigestible items
Nouvelle Cuisine is concerned with Less fat; rapid cooking without fat, which allows the food to retain some of its texture
Haute Cuisine Puts less emphasis on the quantity of food, and instead focused on moderate portions with high-quality ingredients.
Fine dining restaurants Are also referred to as white tablecloth restaurants and are more expensive
Fine dining restaurant Upscale dining, usually with white tablecloths, a la carte menus, and table service
Fine dining restaurant A restaurant that provides an environment featuring excellent food, elegant decor, and superior service
Fine dining restaurant emphasizes the highest quality in service, ingredients, decor, and atmosphere
Fine dining Is a restaurant segment used to celebrate special occasions
A fine dining restaurant Has a formal atmosphere, is almost always a sit down restaurant, and has a fancier menu than most restaurants.
Fine dining restaurants offer wine lists, to help you with your food and wine pairing. Wine lists at fine dining restaurants can include expensive bottles of wine.
Fine dining restaurants Generally offer more exotic or interesting menu items. Foods such as escargot (snails), beef carpaccio (raw beef), and foie gras (liver) may be on the menu
Fine dining restaurants Have smaller portions than at a more casual or family style restaurant, but the food is generally of a higher quality
Fine dining restaurants in most cases have dress codes .
Created by: FaithMu



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