Now that we’re in full swing of summer, restaurants, pubs, and bars fill up quickly both inside and out. The busier they get, the more streamlined service needs to be. To help with consumer confidence and satisfaction, establishments need to be ahead of the customer psyche and continue with secure measures as restrictions remain. So … Read more Restaurant Solutions That’ll See You Through the Summer
Looking for a smooth front of house and repeated business? Welcome to the invisible queue!
CST joined forces with Restaurant Magazine to host a roundtable event with some of the restaurant industry’s heaviest hitters. The event, which took place at Drake & Morgan’s The Happenstance, featured Head Chefs, Executives and Owners of Dishoom, Drake & Morgan, Busaba Eathai and many many more. Brought together to discuss the ups and downs … Read more CST and Restaurant Magazine join forces
The hospitality areas at the Etihad Stadium (home of Manchester City FC) are looking to reap the benefits of a smart kitchen automation solution this season, with dramatic improvement in service delivery times.The expected improvements will be made possible by the installation of Call Systems Technology (CST) ConnectSmart Kitchen (CSK) system across the six hospitality … Read more Manchester City transfers success from the pitch to the kitchen
The school holidays have officially started. Families love to relax and eat out in the summer. But getting families to eat at your restaurant involves a balance between providing children with what they want and making their parents happy. How can you ensure your restaurant is child-friendly?
As Drake & Morgan announces plans to open two more sites in London, its latest launch, The Fable, is benefiting from improved food quality and reduced order wait times, as well as a harmonious kitchen atmosphere, thanks to Call Systems Technology (CST)’s kitchen automation system.
The FIFA World Cup 2014 is now just 3 weeks away. The World Cup is a prime event on which to focus your marketing and customer service. In this blog post, we’ve put together 4 tips to help restaurants take advantage of the World Cup.
The World Cup is fast approaching. The England team has been announced, the new England shirts have been released and pubs have been granted extended licensing hours for the occasion. So how can your pub take advantage of the extra traffic during the World Cup?
Britons will only wait an average of 15 minutes and 42 seconds without being served, before going elsewhere. That’s according to recent research conducted by Peach Factory for Omnico Group into the effect of waiting times on hospitality businesses. But how do you serve customers quickly without sacrificing quality? Here are our top tips: