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how do you refer to an order placed for instant and immediate pick-up

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I understand (at least i think i do) the concept of running orders - orders placed in the kitchen that will be picked up by service staff when ready for delivery and service to guests  (as opposed to standing orrders):  Is this right?

 

My question is suppose a wait staff has  forgotten an order  - lets say a side   part of aorder of fre nch fries with the cheese omelet and comes running to the kitchen (after serving the omlett) requesting (begging) for the same to be delivered on an express basis (read leave everythink and make this because i have forgotten it)

 

Is there a name for the status of such an order??

 

Thanks  


Edited by perfection - 4/14/13 at 6:07am
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on the fly

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Coming from a French food background I've always used a French term which I can't spell but sounds like rian a von. I tried googling it but my spelling is so far off even google can't help me out lol.gif

 

 

After much searching on the internet I still haven't found it but it could rien (nothing) avance (you advance) just a stab in the dark


Edited by wurzel - 4/19/13 at 1:23pm
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ON THE FLY    or   MOCK SCHNEL (German)  for hurry up or with speed ,or quick

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