Sushi is usually prepared so that each piece will be about the right size to be put into the mouth with chopsticks. Arranging the sushi in an appetizing and aesthetic way with pickled ginger is almost an art in self. “The 100 Yen Sushi House is no ordinary sushi restaurant. It is the ultimate showcase of Japanese productivity. As we entered the shop, there was a chorus of ‘Iratsai,’ a welcome from everyone working in the shop – cooks, waitresses, the owner, and the owner’s children.
When Jerry Murray decided to open a hamburger take out shop, the biggest value for him and his family, was the quality of the food. He wanted people to know that he put all the money in the food, which is why the décor is so simple, red and white tiles. The company buying only high
It only makes a few food items, it consistently makes them well and it earns the trust of customers. In addition to ordering from the official menu, customers also order from the "secret menu" customizations. Third, In-N-Out takes pride in its corporate culture that values and rewards its employees. Generally, In-N-Out Burger pays their employees at least $2.00 per hour more than their competitors. Such as restaurant managers average more the $100,000 per year plus a full benefit package!
Jerry wanted to be set apart from other restaurants so he concentrated on the quality of the product and customer satisfaction to both internal and external customer by using 80% lean meat always fresh and never frozen. They are not pre-cooked but made by order. They have 17 free toppings and fresh thick cut fries from Idaho potatoes that are fried in peanut oil only. They are success because they treat the customer right and when they leave there establishment they would spread the word of the good service and send other customers back. Five Guys don’t comparison shop to ensure the quality of their product is top notched, They have many of the same vendors they did back in 1986.
Also, it uses all natural ingredients in its cooking so customers think they are getting a better value along with eating healthier. Lastly, Panera Bread focuses on a higher quality of training towards its employees which allow them to sell a better image to the customers. Panera Bread has weaknesses such as trying to attract its customers to the other conventional eating segments throughout the day such as breakfast dinner. This creates a very short operating window to conduct business throughout the day obviously the company to not reach its full potential in sales. Panera Bread's opportunities lie within its ability to potentially create off-premises and online catering.
“We are in the business of selling burgers” is the mission statement of Five Guys Burgers and Fries. It is as simply stated as their menu. Jerry Murrell, owner and founder of Five Guys, believed that delivering the finest, freshest food would attract customers. The company does not entertain mass media commercials, but relies more on word of mouth advertising. All hamburger meat is fresh, never frozen, all buns are delivered each morning, and every hamburger is prepared fresh for each customer.
It not only makes the line faster, but it's easier for the staff and the customer. 4. In the last step, the customer has to check his food • When they give the customer the ordered food, he has to check it to make sure they put in everything he ordered. Just because it was on the electronic board doesn't mean it's in his bag. If they didn't give him everything, he just has to say, "Oops, you forgot one of my salads".
On the higher end, Olive Garden and Chili’s had become potent competitors in the quick service field, taking dollars away from McDonald’s, which was firmly entrenched in the fast-food arena and hadn’t done anything with its dinner menus to accommodate families looking for a more upscale dining experience. While these competitive wars were being fought, McDonald’s was gathering flak from environmentalists who decried all the litter and solid waste its restaurants generated each day. To counter some of the criticism, McDonald’s partnered with the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) to explore new ways to make its operations more friendly to the environment. FactsMcDonald’s roots go back to the early 1940s when two brothers opened a burger restaurant that relied on standardized preparation to maintain quality—the Speedee Service System. So impressed was Ray Kroc with the brothers’ approach that he became their national franchise agent, relying on the company’s proven operating system to maintain quality and consistency.
Putting into consideration that has a strong cultural presence, it is therefore very important for Burger King to fine-tune their outlets according to wants and desires of Japanese customers. Economic environment: the economic environment that needs to be taken into consideration is the fact that competition in the Japanese market is very strong, between McDonalds, Big Mac, KFC and others including the local competitor Mos Burger the number two burger place in japan, having with 25 percent of market share, is a huge threat for Burger King as well. Also Burger king failed to effectively target the cost conscious consumer and instead promoted its premium burgers. Also, there was an observed low income (small pocket) amongst the Japanese customers and the issue of the Burger king price, which costs in the Japanese market than any other foreign market. Political/legal environment: the Japanese government relaxed the restrictions on how gasoline is sold, thereby creating an avenue for gas-and-burger outlets.
They are some graduate students working here as they can generate extra income with the tips. But somehow, they have been receiving fewer tips from the customers. The menu of the restaurant consisted of 23 main entrees that prepared from 8 basic stocks (chicken, beef, beans, rice, corn tortillas, flour tortillas, tomatoes, and lettuce) and variety of other ingredients. Before the business’ official opening hour starts, the chef will prepared all the basic that will be needed during business so the food ordered can be prepared and served quickly. Generally the amount of time that is needed to prepare a complete meal is about 12 minutes.