Luxury Hospitality Standards – Food and Beverage

Become a master food and beverage service professional with the skills and techniques used in luxury hospitality service taught in this course.

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31 lesson(s) 7 theory assessment(s)
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About this course

Don’t be baffled by the basics - master the techniques and skills practiced in luxury Food and Beverage service with this detailed course. Master food and beverage service, from arrival and seating and taking Guests’ orders, right through to providing Guests with exceptional food and beverage service. You’ll get an improved understanding of different meal types, drinks service and in-room dining variations, enabling you to serve Guests with charm and professionalism.

What you will learn in this course

  • General behaviour standards
  • How to set up the table
  • Breakfast service standards
  • Buffet service standards
  • How to setup the bar and lounge

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