A fast paced, fun environment
A typical day has you in before the restaurant opens so you can prepare your station for the lunch and dinner rushes, or in for the rushes then staying after business hours to close down. Either way, there's usually an equal amount of slow periods and busy periods per shift. The lunch period is usually pretty steady, but dinner can sometimes be chaotic. - more ... In either case the staff is usually very friendly and will usually help pick up the slack in areas that are overwhelmed.
The management can be a bit aloof, but they do their best to be fair, and even they will jump on the line to help if thin ... - less
ProsDiscount on meals at restaurant, friendly environment, always have something to do, skills useful in home life
ConsNot the greatest benefits, occasional slackers, hot/crowded kitchen, poor management at times.