It's been one month I've worked at this restaurant. It's probably the most satisfying job ever.
It's also very hard, I admit. Never seen a restaurant that is so busy, and it's busy almost 24/7. Feels like a boot camp, which is good. Almost like if I can do this I can do anything else in the kitchen.
One think I don't like is that the cooks don't hang out together at all. They just come and go. But that's okay.
I haven't gotten much of a "positive" feedback, but that's what it is here. It doesn't bother me, and in a way I even like it The guys I work with are more like drill sergeants so to speak, moody and bitchy sometimes. But at the end of my shift they shake my hand and say see you tomorrow. I appreciate the economy of this.
My goal is to become faster by better organizing/grouping the items from the tickets, I mean my first goal.
Edited by kbuff - 4/4/16 at 11:59am