any good books for servers?

Discussion in 'Cookbook Reviews' started by halmstad, Jun 3, 2010.

  1. halmstad

    halmstad

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    there are plenty of books about cooking, chef bios, books about food in general. my girlfriend is a server and wishes she could find more books relating to her side of the line.

    she has already read:

    waiter rant

    service included

    fine dining madness

    waiting

    hey, waitress!

    and gail greene's "insatiable"

    she has loved all of these. any others???

    thanks
     
  2. kwilkinson

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    While not directly entirely at servers, Charlie Trotter's Lessons in Service is a relatively unbeatable Bible when it comes to the service industry as a whole.  It deals in part with servers, but in part with a more general view of service.  It is a great read for anyone interested in service though.