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DIFFERENT TYPES OF MENUS IN
HOTEL
WHAT IS A MENU
It is a list of all food and drink that is offered at an
establishment (restaurant, cafe, bar) during it's
opening times a...
Poolside Menu
Brunch Menu
Snack Menu
Tea Menu
This is a French word and means “Table of the Host”
Table d’ Hôte Menu.
It is a meal divided into a set of courses with ...
Banquet(function menu)
• Fixed courses & fixed price.
• Lower cost, advance booking.
• Suitable for large numbers.
•Menu c...
Buffet Menu
•in this type hot & cold dishes layout, self served or
chef served.
•It is suitable for casual & social gather...
Tea menu
•The English have made the late afternoon meal into a
fine art.
•A part from the traditional tea other items incl...
Cycle/Cyclical menu
•These are design to offer frequent guest a Variety
•The cycle of menus can be changed on a daily,
wee...
A la Carte Menu
This is a French word and means “According to the
Card or Customer’s Order”
A menu in which each food it...
Snack Menu
•Snack menu are offered in between in regular meal
timing.
•This menu is popular with studded shoppers & casual...
Lunch menu
•Lunch menu can vary from elaborate meals or light
meals.
•It depends on the purpose & culture of the guest.
Dinner menu
•These menus are elaborate as guest have more time
and leisure for eating
•Alcoholic drinks are on essential p...
BRUNCH MENU
• It is designed for the family or guest who wish
to wake late.
• It has a combination of breakfast & lunch it...
Specialty menu
Specialty menu cater to market segment that have
particular need.
Ethnic menu
These are offered by specialty restaurants that
concentrate on a type of cuisine French, Chinese,
Japanese, In...
Children menu
This menu is only for children's.
Diet menu
It has become significant with the health conscious
modern public.
Supper menu
•The term supper is used in the European continent.
•It can be filter between two major meals lunch &
dinner
Static menu
•A static menu is a menu that is often laminated for
easy cleanup
•It is usually separated into groups such as...
Du jour menu
oThis kind of menu features an item of the day and
changes every day
oThey are usually focused on seasonal it...
Poolside menu
•These menu are specially designed to facilitate easy
service beside the pool.
•The items would be pre-plate...
Dessert menu
This menu is offered by restaurants that have guest
patisserie. They cater to the public with a sweet tooth
...
Any questions
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DIFFERENT TYPES OF MENUS IN HOTEL

DIFFERENT TYPES OF MENUS IN HOTEL

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DIFFERENT TYPES OF MENUS IN HOTEL

  1. 1. DIFFERENT TYPES OF MENUS IN HOTEL
  2. 2. WHAT IS A MENU
  3. 3. It is a list of all food and drink that is offered at an establishment (restaurant, cafe, bar) during it's opening times arranged in a particular order. MENU
  4. 4. Poolside Menu Brunch Menu Snack Menu Tea Menu
  5. 5. This is a French word and means “Table of the Host” Table d’ Hôte Menu. It is a meal divided into a set of courses with limited dishes. The selling price is fixed & all dishes are usually ready at set time Menu is changed daily
  6. 6. Banquet(function menu) • Fixed courses & fixed price. • Lower cost, advance booking. • Suitable for large numbers. •Menu can be chosen from fixed courses as per customer or guest requirement.
  7. 7. Buffet Menu •in this type hot & cold dishes layout, self served or chef served. •It is suitable for casual & social gathering. •It is also served in buffet style.
  8. 8. Tea menu •The English have made the late afternoon meal into a fine art. •A part from the traditional tea other items include sandwiches, bread & pastries
  9. 9. Cycle/Cyclical menu •These are design to offer frequent guest a Variety •The cycle of menus can be changed on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. •These menus may be found in hospitals, canteen, schools, universities etc.. because they do not have anywhere else to go for food.
  10. 10. A la Carte Menu This is a French word and means “According to the Card or Customer’s Order” A menu in which each food item is separately priced to give the guest choice to suite his/her tastes & budgets
  11. 11. Snack Menu •Snack menu are offered in between in regular meal timing. •This menu is popular with studded shoppers & casual eaters.
  12. 12. Lunch menu •Lunch menu can vary from elaborate meals or light meals. •It depends on the purpose & culture of the guest.
  13. 13. Dinner menu •These menus are elaborate as guest have more time and leisure for eating •Alcoholic drinks are on essential part of this menu.
  14. 14. BRUNCH MENU • It is designed for the family or guest who wish to wake late. • It has a combination of breakfast & lunch item to suit the mood & taste of the individual. Ex:-fresh fruits, smoked English ham
  15. 15. Specialty menu Specialty menu cater to market segment that have particular need.
  16. 16. Ethnic menu These are offered by specialty restaurants that concentrate on a type of cuisine French, Chinese, Japanese, Indian restaurants will offer this menu.
  17. 17. Children menu This menu is only for children's.
  18. 18. Diet menu It has become significant with the health conscious modern public.
  19. 19. Supper menu •The term supper is used in the European continent. •It can be filter between two major meals lunch & dinner
  20. 20. Static menu •A static menu is a menu that is often laminated for easy cleanup •It is usually separated into groups such as appetizers, soups and salads, entrees, desserts, etc. •Fast food restaurants often have these types of menus.
  21. 21. Du jour menu oThis kind of menu features an item of the day and changes every day oThey are usually focused on seasonal items. oAnother name for these menus are "chalkboard menus" because they are often written on chalkboards.
  22. 22. Poolside menu •These menu are specially designed to facilitate easy service beside the pool. •The items would be pre-plated snack food.
  23. 23. Dessert menu This menu is offered by restaurants that have guest patisserie. They cater to the public with a sweet tooth much outlet with this specialty would have captive confectionaries to give them an edge
  24. 24. Any questions
  25. 25. THANK YOU

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