Food And Beverage Supervisor Interview Questions


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Supervisor Food and Beverage was asked...12 January 2023

Do you speak Czech language?

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No, but I am sufficient in English and can be a good input to company for foreigners. Less

Canada's Wonderland

What would you do if you came across a guest who was very upset about the quality of the food?

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- Greet, thank them for bringing up the concern, acknowledge their feelings and offer a solution Less

Leonardo Hotels UK & Ireland

What do you know about the comany

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I did my research so so I memorized key dates and number of hotels in uk ect.

Remington Hospitality

How do you feel? So do you think that this is for you??

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Emphatically and confidently Yes.

Colusa Casino Resort

How do you handle an angry guest?

Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs

Why do you wanna work for this company?

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Tell us about your past work experience and a negative experience and how you handled it Less

Omni Hotels

I was asked about prior experience, of course. I was asked to describe myself and what areas I saw my strengths and an area I could improve.


There is a form that they follow: They asked about the following: - Salary expectation - strength and weaknesses -goals -previous experience - demonstrate prioritization, people and management skills by asking you to give examples Then they rated me on the form


Basic Questions were asked in the questionnaire.

Holiday Inn

How would you support a team member who is under pressure

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Offer to share their workload to relieve some of the pressure they are feeling.

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