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Great ownership and management team. Functional, well designed space to minimize wasted steps. Really great set-up for a server. Quick kitchen, great food, affordable, fast table turn time. Demands extensive product knowledge, you have to know the food to sell it. Very fast paced, not an ideal spot to learn to wait tables unless you're a supreme multi-tasker. Awesome co-workers and customers.
Downsides...not many. Unfamiliar menu and food items means you actually have to study a bit to learn the cuisine. No fries, no ketchup, no bread, no cheese, hey...it's primarily Asian food. But there's also no silverware to roll or ketchup to marry. Wait, those are positive.
Advice to Management
Keep it up
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied in-person. The process took a day – interviewed at Doc Chey's Kitchen in January 2010.
After I filled out the spplication, I was asked to come back the next day. I did,. and then was told the manager was in a meeting, and to come back the next week. I did, and got an interview with a rather harried mid-level manager. He said they were hiring, but did not have enough employess to train everyone. I thought that was kind of bogus. I was told I would get a call back to interview with the GM. I'm still waiting for that call.
- I was asked to draw a cartoon character. Answer Question
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Sometimes a big steaming bowl of noodles is just what the doctor ordered. Doc Chey's Restaurants owns and operates five Doc Chey's Noodle House locations featuring a pan-Asian menu of noodles, soups, and stir-fry dishes. The company has three units in the Atlanta area, along with others in North and South Carolina. Atlanta restaurateur Rich Chey (president and CEO) opened the first Doc Chey's in 1997.