What do the kitchen mean?

Discussion in 'General Culinary School Discussions' started by grewilligam, Oct 5, 2015.

  1. grewilligam

    grewilligam

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    To cut the waffle I have two questions which have confused me over service.

    When the kitchen receives an order cheque they say something like "crussan" when repeating the order out loud. What is this word and what does it mean?

    Also,

    When reading out the the check they will translate N/A or not having anything to "something....rien". I know rien means nothing but can anyone tell me what the actual term is.

    I would go to the kitchen and ask but they'd put me in the cooker and serve me up. Probably.

    Thank you to all in advance!

    GW
     
  2. lagom

    lagom

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    I've got 38 years in the business and I have no idea what you're asking?
     
  3. grewilligam

    grewilligam

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    Thanks for replying. I'll try and explain better.

    If there are two covers and one person isn't having any... I would write their starters as

    1xsoup
    1x n/a

    The kitchen then shout
    One soup
    One ??? ??? rien
    What would that sentence be? Is it bon a rien or something similar?