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Superyacht Stewardess

The Difference Between Food Service Styles.

Food Service:

Broadly speaking, there are five types of service that a stewardess is required to competently master. These are as follows:

  • Silver service.
  • American service or plate service.
  • English service.
  • Buffet service.
  • Russian service.
In addition to the styles of service a yacht stewardess must be well versed in table management, table settings, courses and order of service.

As a super yacht stewardess you are expected to offer impeccable service, but what happens when the owner or primary charter guest of chef wants service done in  specific style?

  • Do you feel lost?
  • Do you feel silly for not knowing the difference between food service styles?
  • Or do you just wing it and hope for the best?

Below is a brief explanation of the difference between food service styles.

I hope it helps.

Styles of Table Service

 

 

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