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Hello there guys, a restaurant accepted me as a trainee. my question is which is bette inr training is it in a restaurant or in a hotel? because my friends and a chef  instructor said that hey you should go to this hotel to get better training. and they keep on looking me down cuz im not working on a hotel? need your advice guys. but none the less i  i enjoyed in my current work now.I just need some justification, hope you will answer my question.thanks ;)

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It really depends on what you want to do. A hotels will give you exposure to many different things depending on the hotel. I did my intern at the Four Seasons and worked in four different kitchens in 5 months (garde mange, breakfast and lunch line, banquets, and pastry). My experience would be to say try the hotel if you have never worked at a hotel before.

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