Serve more customers, faster, with less stress and running around. Keep your orders and preparations under control, and guarantee clear communication with the front of house, with LS First’s kitchen management system.
Orders are sent automatically from the POS to the appropriate stations in the kitchen, so they can be prepared straight away.
The KDS guarantees that all orders are produced in the right order and with no mistakes.
Set up the screens in your kitchen so they fit your workflows.
Manage all customizations at HQ, and distribute the changes instantly to all your locations.
If a guest decides they don’t want dessert after all, the POS will update the KDS straight away and flag the change.
If a station falls behind during a busy period, on the KDS you can move orders, reprioritize, or reroute orders to a different prep station.
The KDS ensures that all orders per table are synchronized, so meals come out at the same time, at the right temperature.
Orders are sent from the POS, self-ordering tablets and kiosks directly to the kitchen – no need to manually enter information.
Chefs can clearly see if an order is sit-in or to-go, and prepare it and serve it so that it reaches the customer in top shape.
Extra functionality for restaurants with catering services, buffets, and salad bars that require pre-prepping of ingredients.
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