Fine Dining

The term Fine Dining experience brings to mind all kinds of images, from crisp white table fabrics to waiters in tuxedos. Fine dining, just as the name recommends, offers patrons the finest in service, food and atmosphere. It is also the perfect description for the highest priced kind of dining establishment you can visit. While you could bring in loads of money with a fine dining restaurant you will likewise pay even more cash depending on the establishment that you are going to visit, for example a caviar bar or a 5 stars restaurant.

Fine Dinning

There are 3 major areas of focus with a fine dining restaurant: the menu, service and environment.

Fine Dining Menu: Many people choose fine dining restaurants for an unique celebration, so the food needs to not dissatisfy- in either selection or quality. Numerous fine dining restaurants offer prix fixe menus or restricted menus that change on a weekly or everyday basis. A great benefit of a smaller sized, rotating options permits you to enjoy seasonal products when they are at their peak of freshness. Like many restaurants in cities like Los Angeles, or Miami serve certain types of Mushrooms at certain times of the year instead of all year-round, making your event something different.

Service: Customer service in a great dining restaurant is much more attentive than in laid-back dining establishments. Fine dining service goes far beyond providing and taking an order food. Numerous great dining services include:.

–  Escorting patrons to the table, holding the chair for ladies.
–  Escorting customers to the restrooms.
– Crumbing the table between courses.
– Replacing linen napkins if a customer leaves the table.
–  Explaining menu products without notes.
– Serving food directly on the plate at the table.
All of the details that are anticipated of a great dining server need that your staff be carefully trained. No detail is ever too small to pay attention to in fine dining.

The Atmosphere: Great dining used to be synonymous with snooty French attendants and restaurants with names like “Le Fancy-Smancy” (or something along those lines). Today fine dining can be in any sort of setting and showcase a wide range of cuisine, from ethnic to natural, regional fare. Standards you need to always include in fine dining are fine china, glass wares and tableware. When serving caviar, pay close attention to the mother of pearl servers to make sure the caviar maintains its taste and flavors, as it gives a touch of distinction to your event or party.

While tablecloths are hard to escape in great dining, the remainder of the atmosphere depends on you. You can take the traditional route, with silver candelabras and increased centerpieces, or choose hip and stylish with a bold color scheme and modern-day home furnishings. Music playing subtly in the background must reflect your theme, such as classical for a standard fine dining restaurant or jazz tunes for something modern. Lighting needs to likewise be subtle, favoring dim (romantic).