Hey you, that server tearing random sheets of printer paper, stapling them together and scribbling down guest’s orders. I see you because I used to be you. Stop, there is a better way.
I know, I know, you’re asking what’s wrong with scrap paper? Honestly, pretty much everything. Aside from it appearing sloppy and unprofessional it actually costs you money. Why? Because blank paper provides no structure so, when writing down orders, you are much more likely to scribble. And illegible scribble leads to costly mistakes and re-fires for both the restaurant and the server (guest’s usually don’t tip 20% on mistakes or comped meals). That’s why successful restaurant chains often provide their servers with their own order pads.And don’t get me started on memorizing orders. No matter how incredible a server’s memory maybe, there is no better way to adversely affect a guest’s experience then memorizing their order. As soon as that server leaves the tables, the guest’s conversation will almost certainly shift to how the server is going to mess up their meal. Even if the server gets their order perfect, they have still adversely affected the guest’s experience. After all, second guessing their waiter is not why guests dine at restaurants. So why is the Waiter Wallet Pad the best restaurant order pad? There is more than meets the eye. As our behind the scenes video shows, there is a lot that goes into making each and every Waiter Wallet Pad. The end result, not only are our pads perfectly formatted for accurate order taking but our staple binding and perforated sheets ensure that Waiter Wallet Pads operate perfectly in even the most challenging, fast-paced restaurant environment.