Restaurant prepares food in just 13.5 seconds, sets Guinness World Record for lightning-fast service: What’s the secret?
Restaurants in Mexico serve food in just 13.5 seconds from the time a customer orders. Photo: Karne Garibaldi.
When coming to Karne Garibaldi Santa Tere restaurant (the Mexican city of Guadalajara), diners don’t have much time to look around before enjoying their meal.
Many diners who come to the restaurant are surprised to see the food on the table seconds after they order. In August 1996, the restaurant’s service speed was officially recognized as the Guinness record for the fastest service in the world.
“We have an international record for fast service. In just 13.5 seconds diners will receive their food,” the restaurant claims on their website.
Thanks to the lightning fast service, the restaurant became famous and attracted many diners. Ironically, this means customers often have to wait in line for their turn to eat.
Besides, many people wonder about the secret of the restaurant. How can they serve food in such a short time?
In fact, the restaurant offers traditional Mexican dishes that require a long cooking time using the slow-cooking method. Therefore, they have prepared the dishes ready since the shop opened.
After sitting down, diners are served dishes including fried beans, salsa, chips. The reason the restaurant is able to serve diners so quickly is because they only have one main dish, called “carne en su jugo”. Karne Garibaldi’s carne en su jugo recipe is a well-kept secret.
This is the traditional dish of Guadalajara. Diners describe it as a beef stew with chunks of crispy bacon cooked in a broth of chopped onion, coriander, lemon, and beans.
A large meal at Karne Garibaldi costs nearly 190,000 VND. Photo: Karne Garibaldi.
Desserts include jericalla (Mexican dessert made with milk, sugar and cinnamon, priced at nearly VND 44,000) and a drink with horchata (a traditional drink made from soaked rice, priced at about VND 35,000). sangria (56,000 VND)…
On the travel app, diners praise the staff’s impressive service speed. “This place is known for having the Guinness record for fastest serving time. I can confirm that indeed, within 15 seconds, they brought the food. They were delicious,” said one person. use share.
The restaurant’s head of communications, Laura Mariaud, says the restaurant’s goal is to give diners the best service, so that they can experience a delicious meal in no time. Therefore, they are determined to be the fastest.
Laura Mariaud further explains: “Waiter, captain, chef and all the staff Karne Garibaldi is the soul of the kitchen. We train our staff to learn how to be productive. There’s a whole process behind it. food preparation so that the workflow goes fast”.
According to Vice, new hires will start out washing dishes or working at the bar, before becoming established as waiters.
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