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1 Introduction to the Catering and Hospitality Industry

2 Types of Catering establishments
Commercial Industrial Hotels Restaurants Cafes & Deli’s Bars & Pubs Fast Food Outlets Outside Catering Contract Catering Armed Forces In-flight Catering Health & Welfare Canteen workforce Educational

3 Commercial - Hotels Budget hotels Bed and Breakfast One star Two stars
Three star Four star Five star (luxury) Buri Al Hotel in Dubai

4 Commercial - Restaurants
Fine Dining Casual Dining Bistro Brassiere Ethnic

5 Gordon Ramsays Top Tips to Running a Successful Restaurant
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6 1. Fine dining Generally a small carte du jour Formal surroundings
Innovative service style Expensive

7 Michelin Star Chefs Kings of the kitchen
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8 2. Casual dining Various styles and types of food Casual surroundings
Reasonably priced Food served all day

9 3. Bistro Various styles and types of food Informal environment
Usually but not always plated service Competitive prices

10 4. Brasserie Similar to a bistro
Usually attached to a larger establishment Less formal surroundings

11 5. Ethnic restaurants Very popular Offer a wide range of cuisine
e.g. Indian and Asian food

12 Commercial - Cafes & Deli’s
Small food outlets Offering a wide range of drinks and snacks

13 Making wrap sandwiches
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14 Commercial - Bars & Pubs / Gastro-pubs
Large range on offer Depends on location e.g. city centre versus countryside setting Gastro pubs are more modern and innovative style of pub food

15 Commercial - Fast Food Restaurants
A common feature is a lack of cutlery or crockery The customer eats the food directly from the disposable container eating with their fingers Staffing: Low skilled Part time Not suitable for young people wishing to become professional chefs

16 Types of fast-food restaurant:
1. Order at the counter After preparation the food is brought to the table Payment on ordering or after eating 2. Collects food from the counter Pay & then sits down & eats (self-service restaurant)

17 Other types of fast food
Customer collects ready portions Customer serves himself from containers Customer is served at the counter

18 Commercial - Outside catering
Often used at events such as weddings and corporate events

19 Industrial - Contract catering
The work of providing food and drink under the terms of a contract Operates in a variety of large scale organisations for a set cost and time period Industrial catering e.g. works canteens Hospitals Schools e.t.c. Offers a wide range of staff development opportunities

20 Industrial Public sector Armed forces Educational Health and welfare Canteen Workforce

21 Industrial Offers stable careers Long-term employment prospects
Usually only in own country of origin

22 Industrial - In-flight catering
Large scale industrial catering servicing the airline industry Light snacks to five star in flight dining experience

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