Chefs Make Better Food When They Can See Their Customers
The Harvard Business Review published a new study that revealed that chefs make better food when they can see their diners when cooking.
Chefs took fewer shortcuts and more care with their food, even if it was a one-way viewing and the diners couldn’t see them.
The highest level of satisfaction occurred when both parties could see each other, and seems to reinforce the idea that chefs love to see who they are cooking for. Something to think about when choosing which restaurant to go to next!
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