Smaller dishes for meals like those of Spanish Tapas, Dim Sum, taste platters are the “in” thing in today’s dining trends. For guests who are both price-sensitive and health-minded, providing smaller portions is a great move. There are plenty of reasons why this is so and we’ve drilled down to the final four.
What are the benefits of serving smaller portion sizes?
More dishes gives you better quality control
Staggered food arrival reduces stress
You can use luxe ingredients without breaking the bank
Reduced food waste
More plates give you better quality control
By serving dishes in small plates and smaller portions, chefs can easily control the quality of each item and make sure that the menu items are consistent in taste, and in their presentation. Instead of having to control too many variables/ingredients on one large plate, smaller plates consist of fewer variables.
Staggered food arrival reduces the stress on staff
Small plates with smaller portions generally take a shorter time to prepare. As such, their turnover time for serving is a lot shorter compared to larger plates. Guests are able to have small dishes staggered across shorter waiting times as compared to a larger dish while waiting for food. This is a benefit to the dine