Working as someone who would just help out wherever needed during my shift, I got an excellent view of the workplace and the relationship between coworkers. The work itself in every position is simple, which makes it easy for the student workers there to catch on, but can also be mind-numbing if you're working longer than six hours. The management is very lenient and willing to work with you on any issues you might have, in most cases, they even try to address problems right away. Unfortunately, if your issue is with a co-worker who is a long-term worker or a full-time worker. This is because they do not have many, most of the employees are students who average working roughly 4-6 months. Anyone who is willing to work full-time long-term is a precious commodity.
However, it's not a bad place to work and overall I do recommend it to those looking to gain experience in a kitchen or for customer service.
Free Meals, laid back, lenient management
Feels like a "grind" sometimes, personal disputes not always addressed/resolved