>>7305024 Nothing from their appetizer list, anything fried (unless it's the admiral's feast), or salads. I worked there for too long, and you do NOT want to eat anything that has come out of their fryers. Pasta is also a pretty low-tier choice, considering they microwave it all. RL certified Grillmaster, Assembly, Fry, and Bread Bitch (Pan Punta or something like that) certified (yes, alliteration works in two languages) Drunk but AMA will answer anything in the morning if not tonight
>>7306153 Yup, It was just a job between high school and college a few years ago, when I already had run a small semi-commercial kitchen for over a year beforehand.
>>7306190 Admiral's feast is totally fine and safe to eat, the only thing you need to know is the average fry bitch has 3 fryers (six baskets) to cook everything that fries in the entire restaurant. So if you order and admiral's feast, you immediately tie up four of a cook's six fryer baskets. And we hate you.
>>7306123 Can confirm about the pasta. In the morning the prep cooks portion out little baggies of cooked pasta and cups of alfredo sauce, then it's microwaved on the line to order. Not sure what you mean by the fryer though, the one I worked at had 4 fryers and everyday the last one had its oil thrown out and the first had new put in.
>>7306302 How much shit comes in premade and how much is real? Do you have live lobsters? Fresh fish? How are the steaks? And by premade I don't mean something you mixed up in the morning to be heated up and served as needed, I mean frozen breaded walmart tier fried shrimp kind of premade.
>>7306356 Haven't worked there in 10 years so it's a little hazy. All fish/shellfish comes in frozen except for the actual whole live lobsters that you pay market price for. Yes all the popcorn shrimp, clams, bay scallops etc comes in frozen boxes that you would find at walmart. Some stuff is thawed and breaded by hand like the jumbo/coconut shrimp and sea scallops (if you're the kind of monster that would order fried sea scallops or coconut shrimp). Steaks are fine as far as normal restaurant packages of strip steaks go. It's funny, the steaks come out good because they cook them on a salamander (high heat industrial broiler that legit steak places use).
>>7306417 Mine was about 4 years back, but we never had a salamander. All the steaks and skewers had to be grilled. We also had a few fresh fish deliveries about twice a week. Only about 4 varieties, but I can't remember which ones. Either this is new in the last decade, or these could vary by location.
>>7306302 Our fryers just got filtered and topped off every night, so I'm sure it's "safe" and all, but in six months working there, we didn't even go through a whole 10 gallon (not sure, about a cubic foot) jug of oil.
>>7306356 I'd say about 70% of it comes in frozen, and more pre-assembled. The freezer at our location was about three times the size of the cooler, and about half of the cooler was dedicated to dairy and "butter." The other half was filled with the prep worker's items.
>>7307700 I guess it does vary by location then, our GM was a neat freak that was really anal about the fryer oil rotation. We're very far inland here so getting fresh fish in wasn't really feasible. I just assumed every store had a salamander, I left long before they started the wood grill thing so can't comment on that
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