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How to note restaurant patron's special request for a dish in POS orders - extra, no, add, substitute, lite, side ?
I'm wondering how to note a restaurant patron's special request for a dish. In the restaurant that I've worked at we would use modifiers named "extra", "no", "add", "no/substitute", "lite" and "on-the-side"
For example a patron orders a "Deluxe Hamburger". This order automatically comes with cheddar cheese, sliced onions, pickles, mayonnaise, tomatoes, lettuce and bacon. The patron specifies that they would like Swiss cheese instead of cheddar, pickles on-the-side, extra mayonnaise and to go lite on the onions.
The ticket that would go back to the kitchen might look like:
NO cheddar / SUBSTITUTE Swiss
This might be a bit of an exaggerated example, but it is a good exercise in trying to communicate what I'm looking to do.
Secondarily,when making these special requests, when I select, for example, "No/Substitute" that I be presented with the items related only to the dish. The current POS I work with lists all the ingredients from all the dishes, which makes for a lot of clutter and loss of speed. I hope this makes sense, please ask clarifying questions if needed.
Is this possible with OpenERP?
as a side: I wonder to myself if each order from a patron could be like a BoM for manufacturing...... but this might be insane.
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