Process Street‘s Menu Planning Process Checklist has been specifically designed to work as a guide for chefs, hotel or kitchen managers to standardize the process of creating a new hotel menu.
Your menu should not be static. A great menu adds new items and changes with the seasons. Making your hotel’s menu dynamic leaves an innovative and fresh stamp on your hotel, keeping the customers coming.
If there is a trending dish, try it out. If there are more cost-effective alternatives, try them out. You can gauge the effectiveness of different dishes, to refine your restaurant and its offerings.
You can use our Menu Planning Process Checklist each time you alter your current menu, when a complete re-design is needed or when you are creating a new menu from scratch.
The Menu Planning Process Checklist has organized the stages for new menu creation into the categories below:
- Trial Run
- Final Approval
According to Professor Dr. HG Parsa between 55% to 60% of restaurants fail in the first year. Having a good menu is a crucial piece in ensuring your restaurant does not become such a statistic, because your menu does more than list the foods available.
A hotel menu communicates to the customer your theme, your catering skills and what makes your hotel’s restaurant stand out from the rest. It is a great marketing and selling point, meaning both attention and care are needed in its planning.
Process Street‘s Menu Planning Process Checklist has been designed to reduce human error, and ensure the required attention to detail is attained during this important planning process.
Process Street does this by implementing the power of the checklist.
As a tool, checklists are used in complex and critical procedures such as surgeries and construction. This is because checklists increase efficiency, productivity, and minimize errors. By using the Menu Planning Process Checklist as a guide, you will reap such benefits, producing an excellent menu.
In this Menu Planning Process Checklist, you will be presented with a set of specialized questions given as sub checklists, short answers, multiple choice questions, or yes/no drop-down menus. In addition, certain questions have been conditioned to guide you through the correct process path specific for your entered data.