Top Five Things To Look For When Hiring A Restauranteur

Author: The Bauernschmaus Restaurant | | Categories: Austrian Cuisine , European Cuisine , German Restaurant

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Traditional food is hard to find in today’s fast-food society. With the convenience of drive-thru restaurants and fast-food restaurants, many people turn to these options for their quick meals. It leaves food lovers with very few options for authentic and traditional food.

Austrian and German food delicacies are hard to find in most locations. However, the restaurants that provide you with the options will undoubtedly take you to a different era. The flavors, the aroma, and the ambiance should transport you to the wonderful world of food. Restaurateurs play a significant role in maintaining the charm of the whole experience. 

If you’re looking for traditional Austrian cuisine, here’s a list of the top five things to look for in a restauranteur. 

1. Experience
Dining is in itself an experience, and the people who prepare and serve the food are true artists. This art gets better with experience as food lovers seek true and authentic taste. A restaurateur is responsible for satisfying all the customers’ senses by putting all the elements together and bringing the legacy of food alive.

2. Demeanor
A restauranteur should be passionate about food and the culture to which the food belongs. The cuisines’ historical aspects should reflect how the restaurateur speaks about the food. This is only possible if the person has enough knowledge and enthusiasm to share with the customers.

3. Attitude towards the position
The position of a restaurateur is expected to handle all types of customers. There will be people who will have more knowledge about the cultural and historical value of a dish. Then, there are people who have no clue about history, but their love for food is just as strong. A restaurateur must be able to handle both of these types of people with grace and the right attitude.

4. Capabilities 
The majority of the food experience depends on the visual appeal of the food and the comfortable environment in which it is served. There are many other elements that make a great dining experience, but the restaurateur should be capable enough to put all of these together and make sure that the customers have a great time.

5. Disposition
The job can be very demanding, and there will be times when things will not go as planned. A positive disposition will help the restaurateur deal with these situations and develop solutions. A restauranteur should have a cheerful disposition and work well under pressure.

If you’re looking for an Austrian/German restaurant in Edmonton, AB, reach out to The Bauernschmaus Restaurant.

We have been operational for the past 45 years and offer traditional Austrian food, German food, European food, beers, wines, & more! We cater to customers from across Edmonton, Spruce Grove, Sherwood Park, St. Albert, Stony Plain, Nisku, Leduc, Fort Saskatchewan, Gibbons, and the surrounding areas.

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