Cooks with facial hair
Hazel Age: 22. I am a very classy, open minded girl, with a wild side! I am very fun, down to earth, attentive, educated and have a clever sense of humorI love showing you guys a good time
8 Jun Beards are hip. Should chefs have to cover them? I couldn't help but imagine a hundred tiny beard hairs falling on the prep table below.
Description:Share on Facebook In most cases, a customer will never see the kitchen of a restaurant. They're not able to walk around and admire the level of cleanliness, or observe the cooks and assess their knowledge of food safety and proper food handling. Rather, they form conclusions from what they can observe, the cleanliness of the dining room and the appearance of the servers. Visible tattoos and piercings, or facial hair such as beards, must be carefully considered for compatibility with your establishment's style. Your Theme If your restaurant is a rowdy place with a mountain-man theme and a biker clientele, beards of any description are probably suitable. However, for most restaurants the argument is more nuanced.