Restaurant Service. Providing food and drink services to guests in hotels and restaurants, showing attentiveness, and understanding of their needs and expectations.
A waiter shows patrons to an available table where they will read over a menu and make a food choice. A waitress then comes to the table and takes the orders from the patrons. The order is then sent to the kitchen where the cook prepares the food made to order for the patron. Food is served by the waitress and the patron enjoys the meal. Some restaurants are themed and offer only certain kinds of foods.
Whether a restaurant has a band or live music, they still provide entertainment by creating a scene of social activity that can be anything from small talk amongst patrons to casual get-togethers with family and friends. Some restaurants have game areas where patrons can play games and win prizes while waiting for their food. Movies displayed on a large screen can also play in the background of many restaurants so that patrons can enjoy watching their favorite show while eating their meal.
Typically, restaurants serve everything from breakfast, lunch and dinner to various other food and menu items. Some of the most popular foods that are served at restaurants are tacos, pizza, hamburgers and chicken, making American, Mexican and Italian the most popular restaurant types.