Pros: great food, great management, if you enjoy to cook it is a good place to start
Cons: fast food wages
A typical day for me was arriving at the kitchen and talking with the night cook on what needed to be done for the day. From prepping vegitables, making pancake batter, prepping meats and cheeses and even rotating cooled and dry stock as well as making the customers food orders at the same time.
I learned how to multitask, react fast on my feet, be comfortable working with language barriers, and being accountable and friendly.
The manegement staff was very understanding and would do anything for you if they could. They were able to work around my multiple jobs and my school schedule the entire time I was employed with them.
My co-workers were all unique characters of the team and all of them came from different places and spoke different languages but they all helped one another to get the job done fast and clean.
The hardest part of the job was working the line, cleaning the kitchen, and helping the servers resolve problems.
The most enjoyable part of the job was that it was always changing, it was always fast, and at the end of the day you knew it was a hard days work.