The Piri Piri chicken concept takes what could be considered a bland lunch option and elevates it with flavors and taste that is worth the 1st, 2nd and 3rd try … the food is amazing. Read the review
An article by ABC News noted “We got the Whole Chicken Value meal which is easily enough food for four people. The chicken itself was great and the hot sauce had just the right amount of heat.” – Dan H. Read More
WOW is all that I can say. This is hands down the best chicken I’ve had in the area. The staff was welcoming, warm, and greeted me with a huge smile. The menu had an array of mouthwatering choices such as grilled chicken, churrasco (skirt steak), and Portuguese sausage, with great prices to match. You literally cannot go wrong with anything on the menu. Read more
Regardless of your restaurant motif, food and drink menu, or
the level of service you provide, none of that matters unless you set up your kitchen correctly and can achieve an A+ rating.
Eddie Fahmy of A2z Restaurant Consulting has set up many kitchens, established protocols and procedures that have secured A+ ratings.
For BottomzUp Bar & Grill in Long Island, Eddie came up with an idea for alcohol-infused cupcakes for the NFL finals and Superbowl.
A2z then arranged to get air time on Fox & Friends to promote the concept.
Promenade Bar and Grill was a sports bar in the Murray Hill neighborhood of New York City that designed its menu around the concept of tailgating. It featured some fan favorites from the around the country.
The venue boasted 45 large screen TVs, 14 craft beers on tap, and and charging stations for your mobile devices.
Amazon Prime engaged A2z Restaurant Consulting to participate in a Carnegie Deli Pop Up promotion for their TV series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
Eddie Fahmy of A2z Restaurant Consulting noted excitement at being involved. “We’re thrilled that when Amazon needed an authoritative expert in NYC for their restaurant-based promotion, they came to us. We feel very honored and are committed to making this promotion a huge success.”