Fine dining restaurants are eating establishments that have a specific style in which they entertain their guests. Everything in a fine dining establishment – from the décor, the menu, right through to the service – is focused on treating the guest to an extra special affair.
The décor in a fine dining restaurant is normally of high quality, creating an ambience the restaurateur wishes to create. Fine dining restaurants boasts some of the best-trained staff in the food industry. The kitchen staff is normally Graduates from culinary institutes who are exceptionally skilled in the art of cooking and baking. There is normally a hierarchy system in place with positions like Chef de Cuisine and Chef de Partie to be filled. Chefs are responsible for creating outstanding menus with six course meals that will lure guest back for more. Staff that is responsible for serving guests is also highly trained and knowledgeable in the art of fine dining. Not just fine dining etiquette but also in an advisory role concerning choices of wine and beverages that will compliment the food.
The food served at fine dining restaurants is of exceptionally high quality. Only the best ingredients from across the world are used when preparing gourmet dishes. Often rare items like frog’s legs or caviar are masterfully prepared. For this reason a fine dining experience can be a bit more pricy than normal, though this is not always the case.
As fine dining restaurant of international acclaim, Leith’s Restaurant in Centurion, Gauteng is everything a top fine dining establishment should be. Their six course meal is affordable and prepared and served with exceptional passion and skill.