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  • Students: Leon Rios Abril Fuentes de Maria Alvarez Alejandra Group: Gamix-51 Activity: PRO TYPES OF RESTAURANTS Teacher: Lucia Abreu Rangel Date: 30st January, 2014
  • Definition of restaurant The restaurant is a family place where the people enjoy food and beverage, for this service, the customer pay money.
  • CAFETERIA Type of restaurant.
  • Characteristics:  Is a restaurant serving mainly serve hot drinks and snacks.  The establishment is small to spend the day with friends.  Is a nice place for conversation with the friends or family.  The cafeteria has a quiet environment.
  • Type of food  Hot drinks.  Cold drinks.  Specialty coffee.  Desserts.  Bread.
  • Patron treatment. A barista is a male or female "bartender", who typically works behind a counter, serving both hot drinks.
  • Examples: Ah Cacao La Botica Del Café
  • FAST FOOD RESTAURANT Type of restaurant.
  • Characteristics:  Service is fast and economical.  The establishment has no waiters and occasionally without cutlery.  Is a busy place.  Is a place with children area.
  • Type of food  Pizza.  Cold Drinks.  Desserts.
  • Patron treatment. Cook: The person responsible for preparing food.
  • Examples: Peter Piper Pizza Little Caesars
  • CASUAL RESTAURANT Type of restaurant.
  • Characteristics:  The cost is moderate.  The service is usually at the table.  The enviroment is casual.
  • Type of food  Tacos.  Meat.  Broths.  Beer /Drinks.
  • Patron treatment. Rôtisseur (roast cook): Manages a team of cooks roasts, broils, and deep fries dishes. that
  • Examples: Outback. La Fonda Argentina.
  • FAST CASUAL-DINING RESTAURANT Type of restaurant.
  • Characteristics:  Does not offer full table service.  Is a little more expensive.
  • Type of food  Fish tacos.  Refreshments / Fresh waters.  Burritos.
  • Patron treatment. Friturier (fry cook) In larger kitchens, prepares fried foods instead of the rôtisseur
  • Examples: Los De Pescado.
  • COFFE HOUSE Type of restaurant.
  • Characteristics:  Do not offer table service.  Allows clients to relax commune with friends.
  • Type of food  Hot drinks.  Cold drinks.  Doughnuts.
  • Patron treatment. A barista is a person, usually a coffee-house employee, who prepares and serves espressobased coffee drinks.
  • Examples: Krispy Kreme Starbucks
  • PUB Type of restaurant.
  • Characteristics:  It is a bar.  Offers simple food.  Have a great beer selection.  The cost is high.
  • Type of food  Beer.  Snack (wings, nachos, potato, etc.)  Alcoholic beverages.
  • Patron treatment. A bartender (also known as a barkeep, barman, barmaid, or a mixologist) is a person who serves usually alcoholic beverages behind the bar in a licensed establishment.
  • Examples: Irish Pub McCarthy's
  • BISTROS AND BRASSIERE Type of restaurant.
  • Characteristics:  Is a family cafe and restaurant.  Individual dishes and serve simple.  The price is moderate.
  • Type of food  Main dishes.  Drinks.  Coffee.  Desserts.
  • Patron treatment. A barista is a male or female "bartender", who typically works behind a counter, serving both hot drinks.
  • Examples: Marakame Café Nader
  • ETHNIC RESTAURANT Type of restaurant.
  • Characteristics:  The service is fast.  The menu includes ethnic dishes.  Cost is high.
  • Type of food  Indian food.  Drinks.  Desserts.
  • Patron treatment. Chef de partie: is responsible for managing a given station in the kitchen, specializing in preparing particular dishes there. Those who work in a lesser station are commonly referred to as a demi-chef.
  • Examples: Taste of India Hong Kong
  • CONCLUTIONS: The last restaurant I went to breakfast, went to the pasteleteria. I went with my boyfriend’s family. The service was very good, the waitress very attentive and agreeable. I really liked food. And desserts were delicious. ABRIL LEON RIOS
  • CONCLUTIONS: The last month, I went to restaurant "La Abichuela" with my family and friends, it was a good experience, this restaurant have a quiet enviroment, this is a elegant and nice place. the service is excelent, the food is tasty.