A typical day working here was getting all the food prepared and placed out front and getting all the tools ready so that we're ready to serve anyone who wanted to eat. When a client has ordered, we built our guest's plates with the proper serving sizes, we offered them a drink, and we finally got to the cash so they could pay for their meal. Working here was really fun at times, but boring at other times. When it was near lunch and supper time, it was more enjoyable because the time went by faster. When we weren't serving anybody, the time felt as if it was frozen. Throughout this experience, I learned how to properly serve people, I learned how to work the cash, and I learned how to count money sort of quickly. The manager was really nice and took good care of the staff. The hardest part of the job was remembering what utensils went with which tray of food, and the easiest part of the job was handling the beverages. I most enjoyed talking and seeing new people from different places.
Get a meal for 2$ or get your tips.
Long days if not busy