Heres what is normally served:
Tofu Vegetable Stir-fry
Deep fried Chicken balls, Wings, and Veg Spring Rolls.
Steamed rice, Fried rice, stir-fry noodles, stir-fry veg.
Some items may be changed based on what we can get our hands on and the price. There is 1 spot opened for something like a daily special or chef's choice sorta concept. I sometimes see Singapore noodles, Shanghai noodles, Pad Thai, some fish tempura. Now yes, I'm Chinese and thats most likely the major reason why the bosses chose me, that and I know how to do just about everything else already. But I didn't exactly train for this. They will be bringing in some people to train me on the woks and the original menu. But I've got only a few ideas for the specials.
Chicken in Schezcuan Peanut Sauce - made it once, sold great
Mapao Tofu - tofu stewed with minced meat (beef)
Cantonese Chow Mein - use leftovered burbon chicken, small salad shrimps, and sliced of beef with some asian veg.
Ban Lahm - deep fried cod fish and tofu with oyster sauce
Shanghai noodles and Pad Thai.
Don't be too quick to point out that theres no pork, the school is very anti-pork, it never sells unless its in the form of a pepperoni, bacon, or debrazzini...once they see the word pork, they all cringe so I intentionally avoided it. Just wondering what any others here might serve, your thoughts. It can't be too expensive though, each meal is around $5(can) and they are college students.
I'm totally stoked about doing this once September hits. Wish my grandparents were still around for advice though.