Whether the waiter is experienced or not, a training manual will allow him to always consult the instructions or seek answers to his questions. One of Americans' favorite pastimes is eating out. Food is generally different from regular food. More specifically, eating out requires someone else to decide what to cook: the menu; that someone other than you cook it, the chef; someone else takes the order for your meal, the waitress, and then brings the food to your table, the dispatcher.
The dishes are removed quickly: the matador. Sometimes this is followed by dessert and coffee, again the waitress. The last step is the presentation of the check, by which the price of the meal is established. The service is recognized with the required 15 percent or more if the service is exceptional.