One thing we are changing is our daily fresh fish. There will be new table handouts (yes, that means 3 menus being handed out now) that will contain the information on what fresh fish are available. These will be printed up daily, and at times twice daily when supply runs out on a fish. We all have to be tested by our General Managers (that means servers, bartenders, hosts, all front of the house employees) on our ability to present this to the guest in the Red Lobster way. If we fail to do this properly and are caught 3 times we can/will be terminated.
Each store will have the opportunity to carry up to 8 different fish at any given time. My guess is that most stores will carry 5-6 depending on what is popular in their market. All will have Salmon, and Cod and Trout will also likely be very common. Mahi Mahi will also be one that I suspect many stores will carry, as it was a big seller when we used to have it in other stores I worked in.
Red Lobster's menu will also include new seafood items including a pan-seared crab cake appetizer, a lobster and seafood mixed grill dish, Maui Luau shrimp & salmon and Honey BBQ shrimp & chicken dishes. There are also a fairly lengthy list of things coming off the menu, most surprisingly Lobster Chops. Red Lobster will also be featuring pepper and salt grinders on the tables for the guest to use (steal) as they please. These changes will take effect October 31st, 2006.
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