Food and Beverage services at SCHM

In Sarada college of Hotel Management we mould our students in various aspects which Hospitality Industry requires. One of the major department is Food & Beverage Service. In food and beverage service a person required good communication skills, subject knowledge and Guest handling skills.

Food and Beverage Services can be broadly defined as the process of preparing, presenting and serving of food and beverages to the customers

F&B Services can be of the following two types

On Premise


Food is delivered where it is prepared. The customer visits the premise to avail the food service. The premises are kept well-equipped and well-finished to attract customers to avail F&B service.
For example, restaurants, pubs, etc.

Off Premise or Outdoor Catering


This kind of service includes partial cooking, preparation, and service at customer’s premises. It is provided away from the F&B Services provider’s base on the occasion of major events which call for a large number of customers.

Types of F&B Services Operations

Commercial


In this case, F&B Services is the primary business. The most known commercial catering establishments are — hotels, all kinds of restaurants, lounges, cafeterias, pubs, clubs, and bars.

Non-Commercial


Non-commercial operations are secondary businesses in alliance with the main business. These F&B services mainly cater to their consumers with limited choice of food and beverages. These establishments often run under contracts. For example, food and beverage services provided at hospitals, hostels, and prisons.