SINGAPORE-based hospitality and tourism education provider Shatec Institutes has opened a new, self-run restaurant where trainees can hone their culinary and service skills.
Beyond the combination of new bistro, sandwich and bar counter facilities, Recipes offers Shatec students an avenue to practice their service and culinary skills in a real-life setting, as well as the opportunity to work with top chefs.
“This restaurant is a venue to profile our talents to future employers,” said Shatec Institutes chief executive, Anthony Yip. “We have every confidence in our students to rise to the challenge that awaits them at Recipes, to provide good food and good service.”
“Recipes provides an excellent opportunity for hands-on experience in hospitality and F&B service that will serve me well when I join the industry,” said Karen Li, who hails from Foshan, China, and is currently enrolled in Shatec’s diploma in hospitality management programme.