I was interviewed by one of the managers, who was very charismatic and nice. Not intimidating. Just about why I wanted to work there, things like that. They called me back for a second interview, and I met with another manager and the general manager, who told me they couldn't hire me because I wasn't available to work Sundays for religious reasons, even though I was available at all other times of days during the week, including holidays. Frustrating.
When on a interview one on one with the mananger talking about the skills that you has and experience that you have from previous jobs
Mostly my interview went so well. One of the job manager met me he just saw my smile and hire me that was my interview with one . The other companies were pretty easy interview.
My interview process went horribly in Rancho Cucamonga in CA. Drove an hour to meet the head kitchen chef for 2 minutes at the front of the restaurant. Sat down where customers were waiting to be seated, across from customers listening in on the interview. Briefly told him about myself and my willingness to change careers to get into the food industry because I've discovered it's what I wanted to do. Basically blew me off and told me he doesn't have a spot for me and doesn't think I was capable of working in the kitchen. Not even trying to let me explain what I know I'm capable of and my desire to work in this industry. He was so incredibly rude and unprofessional. I prepared myself for questions like, "What do you think you can bring to this company?" Or "What are some of your weaknesses?" I was asked, "How much experience do you have?," and "How much were you looking to get paid?" Ridiculous management and no social skills what so ever.
The process was professional. Of course, they asked a lot of questions. They interviewed couple of people including myself.
Answered - Dishwasher (Former Employee) - Beverly Hills, CA
The interview process is relatively simple if you have some relevant experience. That being said, I'm sure it varies greatly from location to location.
Answered - Server, Designated Trainer (Current Employee) - Los Angeles, CA
Very good just go to the employer with a positive attitude and you should be fine
Answered - Busser (Current Employee) - Omaha, NE
Very easy going
Answered - Hostess (Former Employee) - Yonkers, NY
Intense, three stage hiring process.
Answered - Kitchen Manager (Current Employee) - West Hartford, CT