What makes a good restaurant? Is it decent prices? Possibly, it’s the nice décor or maybe the delicious foods? Actually, it’s more complex than that. There are plenty of components that make a good restaurant. Take the time to think back on a few terrible restaurant experiences you have had in the past. Maybe you were waiting for forty-five minutes to receive your food with no server in tow to let you know? Or, the food was great but your server had a hateful attitude towards you? Take those moments you had gone through and that’s exactly what DOESN’T make a good restaurant.
The most important factor in any business is customer service and restaurants of all kind are not excluded. Did you know that a customer is more likely to return back to a restaurant, even if the food isn’t all that great because of the exceptional customer service they received? It’s pretty wild, huh? To ensure successful customer is to imagine the quality of customer service you would like to receive while dining in a restaurant and multiply that by ten. If you or your staff had problems going beyond what is expected of you, it’s okay. Just take baby steps and practice a little more extra customer service each day.
There’s nothing worse than going to a restaurant and the prices are exceptionally high. You look through the menu trying to decide should you sacrifice the desert or the soft drink you’ve been craving ALL day. This is the first mistake a lot of restaurants do to ensure that they make a profitable amount. If you intended to make prices high, make sure that the meal is worth what you priced. Don’t price a small, generic meat hamburger for $10.99, when in actuality it should be priced around $6.99. If you want to up the prices, give the customers their money’s worth.
Sometimes, a lot of people just want some good old fashioned comfort food. If you have a selection of comfort foods, make sure you prepare and cook yours well. Have someone from your staff taste local restaurants that serve the same comfort foods. You can call this doing some homework. When you check out the competitions food, you can learn what you can make better about what your serve, something to set you from the rest of the competition.
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