Saturday , June 23 2018

Food & Beverage

What guests want, what hotels need

Unlike a comfy hotel bed or rain shower, dining and conference equipment rarely get great write-ups from guests or attendees – but if you get it wrong, you sure can expect to hear about it.

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Functional functionware… continued

From tables to skirting to coffee machines... Comfort, accessibility and quality are all factors that contribute to great dining and conference experiences. Whether it be a comfy chair, a machine that makes a good cup of coffee, or particularly practical service ware, getting it right will make life and business easier for everyone.

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Hotel trends in F&B for 2018

Just as they did a century ago, hotel restaurants have a mantle to uphold by striving to be culinary leaders in their respective locales. To do so in today's competitive foodservice landscape, however, requires constant ingenuity.

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Drinking water a boost for hotel branding

Water is a fundamental requirement for life: it feeds our cells, rejuvenates our skin, hair, and cleanses our system. Possibly due to its life-fundamental status, it goes somewhat unnoticed…unless it’s bad. Gulping down poor tasting tepid water is not how guests like to begin their day after a rich holiday meal with a few glasses of celebratory accompaniment. The business …

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Secrets to successful functions

Wedding function

Hosting a successful function for business or pleasure; whether it’s a laid-back get-together or a formal wedding, the experience is all about the food. How is it presented? How does it look? How does it smell? How good does it taste? Do you want your guests to feel welcomed and relaxed, or stimulated and engaged? Either way, you will always …

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Improve your coffee credentials

More guests than ever are interested in coffee so it is no longer acceptable to provide a generic portion of cheap instant coffee and a kettle. Your guests deserve more! And they don’t just want to taste; they want to know all about your coffee offerings – where the bean was grown, the processing method and if it was ethically …

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