Food Production In The Philippines

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Introduction The Peninsula Manila is a five star luxury hotel located in the central business district of Makati city, the property has a total of 497 rooms and eight dining facilities including a pool bar, four restaurants namely: Escolta an International buffet restaurant; Spices an Asian-inspired buffet restaurant; Old Manila a traditional French fine dining restaurant and The Lobby an International a la carte restaurant; two lounge bars, Salon de ning with a 1970’s art deco theme and The Bar a Cuban inspired bar and lounge, and a pastry shop named Peninsula Boutique (, 2014) . The selection of food production and service style to be used depends on the different types of food and beverage outlet in a hotel. Food production system is the stages of production flow of the food from purchasing,…show more content…
Monday; French Brasserie, Tuesday; Japanese and Korean, Wednesday; The Best of Asia (Chinese, Malay and Filipino), Thursday; Mediterranean, Friday and Saturday; International Buffet and Seafood Nights and Sunday, Ultimate Sunday Brunch (, 2014). The appropriate food production method for Escolta will be Centralized food production, its ideal for restaurant’s that requires mass production. Centralize food production involves separation of production and food flow procedure to service sections by place, time or both (Davis. B. etal., 2012). In this type of food production, the food is cooked in the main kitchen centralizing the process of production, then distributed in either hot or cold form and prepared to different receiving kitchens in the hotel where it will be served to the guests. Since Escolta offers different themed buffet every day in a week, the kitchen will need to produce large number and different variety of food from appetizers to deserts in a short period of

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