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Expo Food Runner / Busser

Food Runners deliver food orders from the kitchen to customers' tables rapidly and accurately, acting as the point of contact between Front of the House and Back of the House staff. Communicating food orders to chefs, paying attention to priorities, inspecting dishes for visual appeal and to ensuring that food is properly prepared and served at the proper temperature in a timely fashion is of utmost importance. Restaurants and kitchens of all types hire food runners, who report to the head chef or kitchen manager, as well as to the dining room manager.

Job Duties

- Maintain verbal communication with chefs to check on the status of dishes, and call for waitstaff when food is ready to serve.

- Keep staff well-informed and alert the waitstaff when the kitchen is out of a specific ingredient and relay special food requests from the waitstaff to the kitchen.

- Monitor portion control of finished dishes, ensuring they adhere to restaurant standards.

- Meet presentation standards by inspecting every plate to make sure the proper garnishes have been applied and that dishes are free of smudges and spills before being delivered to the customer.

- Keep kitchen areas clean and order in all cooking, prep, and food storage areas, keeping these areas neat, well organized, and stocked with ingredients.

- Adhere to sanitation standards to make sure all kitchen and waitstaff follow sanitation standards keeping themselves, their tools, and their work areas clean and presentable.

- Assist all staff Food to help as needed—cooking and prepping food, serving plates of food, and assisting with management tasks restaurant-wide.

- Address customer complaints by serving as a face for the kitchen staff and finding solutions that will satisfy customers.

Skills and Qualifications

- Communication – to relay information between dining and kitchen areas, and to assist customers

- Leadership ability – food expeditors keep kitchen staff working within deadlines, give orders to waitstaff, and manage issues as they arise in the kitchen and dining areas

- Time management – to ensure that all dishes in an order are ready to serve at the same time and at the right temperature

- Customer service – food expeditors may be needed to serve food to customers and speak with customers who are unhappy

- Detail-oriented – food expeditors must spot even the smallest imperfections and every plate of food served to customers must meet all restaurant standards

- Multi-tasking – food expeditors maintain composure while managing multiple staff members, food orders, and kitchen duties

- Working knowledge of cutting tools (knives, slicers)

- Working knowledge of cooking implements (pots, pans, utensils)

- Working knowledge of restaurant software (POS programs)

- Working knowledge of industrial cooking machinery (ovens, stovetops, dishwashers)


You’ll be the face of our restaurant and responsible for our customers’ experiences. You need to be quick on your feet (literally and metaphorically) and have a polite and friendly attitude. If you enjoy talking to people and thrive in a fast-paced workplace, we’d like to meet you. Your ultimate goal will be to provide high-quality service that will help us maintain and attract customers.

Job Duties

- Prepare restaurant tables with special attention to sanitation and order

 - Attend to customers upon entrance

 - Present restaurant menus and help customers select food/beverages

 - Take and serve orders

 - Answer questions or make recommendations for complementary products

 - Collaborate with other restaurant servers and kitchen/bar staff

 - Deal with complaints or problems with a positive attitude

 - Issue bills and accept payment

Skills and Qualifications

- Proven restaurant serving or waitering experience

 - Hands-on experience in cashier duties

 - Attention to cleanliness and safety

 - Patience and customer-oriented approach

 - Excellent people skills with a friendly attitude

 - Responsible and trustworthy

For More information Call 817-251-2525 

Ask For The  Manager


 Ferraris Italian Villa

Position open : Cook

Job Duties

 - Cook on the Grill: The grill cook’s primary task is preparing food on the grill. Grill cooks typically cook meat, but they may also be responsible for grilling other kinds of foods, like vegetables, depending on the restaurant’s menu. The grill cook monitors the meat’s temperature to ensure it is cooked safely. - Plate Food: After the food is cooked, the grill cook is responsible for plating it and making it look good. Customers want their food to look appetizing, so the grill cook prepares food in an attractive manner. - Prepare Ingredients: Before the food is cooked, grill cooks are responsible for preparing ingredients. This usually takes place before the restaurant opens and continues throughout the day as the grill cook uses ingredients. - Clean the Grill: After the restaurant closes, and even throughout their shift, grill cooks are responsible for cleaning the grill. This involves scrubbing off remaining food and washing the general area. Cleanliness is of utmost importance in the kitchen, and the grill cook is responsible for making sure customers stay healthy. - Train New Grill Cooks: When needed, experienced grill cooks may train new grill cooks when they are hired. This involves training them on how to use the kitchen equipment, prepare food, and cook food to healthy standards.

Skills and Qualifications

 - Grill management: grill cooks should know everything that is on their grill and how long everything has been cooking to prevent over and undercooking - Menu memorization: knowing everything on the menu and how to prepare it is essential to the grill cook’s role. Successful grill cooks should be able to memorize the menu in a short period of time - Physical stamina: grill cooks spend their entire shift on their feet, and they should be able to do that with ease. They typically also need to lift things up to 40 pounds - Time management: grill cooks need to manage their time efficiently to get food out to customers quickly. They should also use time management to keep food cooking appropriately - Communication skills: since grill cooks work with several different people at once, they need to be skilled communicators. They should also be skilled at conflict management to ensure interpersonal problems don’t interrupt the kitchen’s flow.

Must have experience on  preparation of Italian cuisine food!

For More information Call 817-251-2525

Ask  For GM  Honorio Mendoza

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