Tag: menu management

Menu Writing

Menu writing lesson 9 – spelling and grammar

A menu is a sales and marketing tool and is a reflection of the chef and your operation. It is therefore extremely important that you present it in the best way possible way and avoid simple mistakes such as bad spelling and/or grammar. Here, John Wood gives some top tips.

Menu Writing

Menu Writing Lesson 8 : Understanding Customer Profiles

As a chef it is extremely important to know who your customers are and where they come from, also how often that changes either through the week, month or season. There are many complicated studies that look at variable demographics of customers down to what car they drive, the suits they wear, to how many…

Kitchen Operations

The importance of detailed recipe costing and storage

https://www.kitchencut.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/why-cost-recipes-from-joinkitchencut.com_.jpg Kitchen CUT Co-founder John Wood takes a clear look at why it is important for your business to have detailed and well-written recipes that are accurately costed and are easy to access.

Kitchen Finance

How to calculate food cost for a recipe | KitchenCUT.com

[gdlr_row] [gdlr_column size=”1/2″] Recipe Costing: One of the questions that many chefs ask is: “How do I calculate food cost?”  Many involved in restaurant management will often shy away from getting involved with this area of the business as they have never been taught how to cost a menu or even how to calculate a Gross…

Product News

The most advanced F&B Costing tool

A preview of Kitchen CUT – the most advanced F&B Management tool ever  [gdlr_video url=”http://vimeo.com/112369963″ ] With a sleek and responsive design, you can now also manage your kitchen operations on your tablet or smart phone – any time, anywhere. The system is entirely scalable to suit any sized business – with pricing options to…