food runner

food runner

n.
A person who works at an often upscale restaurant carrying meals from the kitchen to the customer's table.
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how to grow as a man," said Tiltges, who aims to work for the Kane County Cougars minor league baseball team after graduation, having previously worked as a food runner for the organization and managed Judson's basketball team.
He previously worked as a food runner, and he likes the fast pace and social atmosphere.
Her friend, Michele Mbuthia, was a food runner and suggested that Chrissi should apply.
Adel, a 29-year-old Front Desk Supervisor at Fairmont Dubai, started his career as a food runner in an all-day dining restaurant at Fairmont Nile City in Cairo.
"My apprentice food runner at House of Tides has a learning difficulty and he is amazing, he works so hard.
Soon, Tess is part of a crew that includes a chef who demands that no one speak to him while he cooks, a food runner who writes screenplays and the bartender with whom Tess is smitten.
Dowd has managed to go from doodling on the specials menu chalkboard at a Boston restaurant where he worked as a food runner into a career opportunity.
The food runner is an important part of delivering a great dining experience to a guest.
HOW DO YOU IMPLEMENT FOOD RUNNER'S PRINCIPLES AT TANTE MARIE?
He had been a food runner at Towne Stove and Spirits in Boston, and on slow days, he did chalk murals there.
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