international budget hotel chains are moving into India to stake their turf. Therefore,with opportunities galore the future 'Scenario of Indian Hotel Industry' looks rosy.
C.TYPES OF FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS
A smaller establishment with friendly informal staff and robustcooking.
A large stylish room, with long bar serving one-plate items.
Serves all meals from breakfast to supper.
First Class Restaurants:
Formal restaurants with classical preparation and presentation of food with table service.
Covers a wide variety of types of operations. Service rangesfrom full table service to assisted service.
Different types of cuisine from different countries areavailable in such restaurants.
International Destination Restaurants:
Usually table service at variouslevels but mostly personal and attentive but a bit expensive.
Often international in orientation.
Primarily self-service with customer choosing selection from acounter in varying layouts.
Health Food and Vegetarian Restaurants:
Meeting the needs of lifestyle aswell as dietary requirements.
Popular Catering and Fast Food Outlets:
Meeting the needs of all daymeal taking and also meeting the need for ‘grab and go’ service especiallyfor leisure, industrial and the travelling market requirements.
Licensed environment especially for drinking.
Mixture of bar and Brasserie type operation, commonly winethemed, serving a variety of foods.The hotel industry has more than two million employees and it is growing allthe time mainly because people have more time and money to spend on traveland other leisure activities:1)Young people take on holiday jobs which give them money to spend2)There are better paid jobs in the service industries such as finance, insuranceand advertising that attract people.3)Retirement leaves plenty of time for leisure activities.
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