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Order at The Bull’s Head

17 July 2013

Call Systems Technology installs ConnectSmart Kitchen software to create calm in the kitchen   Richard Pope, owner at The Bull’s Head, Repton, Derbyshire has built a reputation on producing high quality food made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients wherever possible. The pork is produced from pigs reared on Richard’s own farm and everything is made on site, including bread, pastries, and The Bull’s signature gelato. The Bull’s Head is always busy in its four separate eating areas – The Garden...

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City restaurant group brings harmony to the kitchen pass

15 May 2013

Drake & Morgan also cuts wait times, improves food quality and increases customer spend with ConnectSmart kitchen automation solution implemented by CST When it comes to lunch, workers in the City tend to have high expectations but only 45 minutes to meet them. Which is a problem for restaurants. But Drake & Morgan, the female-focused, London-based restaurant and bar group, has managed to cut wait times, increase spend per head, quicken table turns and improve food quality across all five...

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QSR Kitchen Automation Helps T.G.I. Friday’s Get That Friday Feeling

19 July 2012

Call Systems Technology supplies ConnectSmart kitchen display solution, bringing powerful flexibility and fundamental time improvements to restaurant operations Operating 52 restaurants in the UK, T.G.I. Friday’s® is one of the world’s favourite restaurant brands, known for creating an entertaining dining experience. “Our restaurants are fast paced and change constantly.  Our IT solutions must be innovative and adaptable, as we continuously enhance our service style,” says Jeremy Dunderdale, head of information technology for T.G.I. Friday’s UK.

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Dishoom: mixing 21st century restaurant automation with 1950s Bombay style

6 June 2012

‘Bombay Café’ in central London uses QSR ConnectSmart solution from CST to deliver best customer service, faster table turnover and higher profits. Dishoom in London’s trendy Covent Garden pays homage to Bombay’s disappearing Irani Cafés. Opened early last century by Persian immigrants, there were almost four hundred cafés at their peak in the 1960s. Now, fewer than thirty remain. Their loss is much mourned by Bombayites.  Dishoom draws on their heritage with its all-day menu paying respect to the food...

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