I have been working at Olga's Kitchen part-time (More than a year)
Great food and people. A unique environment.
At my location servers have to make their own salads, deserts, soups as well as take care of the carry out orders, and car side to go. Other servers a different restaurants do a lot less for a lot more money.
Advice to Management
At the busiest times of the week, a person that makes salad's for the server would be beneficial.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Olga's Kitchen.
I first met with the assistant manager and had a basic "get to know you" interview. She then set up an interview for me with the store's GM. After a 30 minute conversation (during which I barely got a word in) I was offered the job. There were no hard, hair pulling questions.
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