Chefs can move the tickets around as they wish and peg individual tickets until they are ready to cook.
Each ticket displays a timer, which can be set from the till when the clerk puts an order through.
In the hot, sticky, greasy kitchen environment, use a bump bar with TouchKitchen to prevent damage to your touchscreen device.
TouchKitchen can alternate the ticket language for readers of different languages.
Item Complete Notification
Complete individual items on the ticket, and a notification can print for each one as they become ready.
Check Completed Orders
If there are any queries, you can go to ‘finished tickets’ to check that an order was created as it should have been. If a meal needs to be redone, the ticket can be recalled into the active order grid.
The chef can colour code items to indicate a status to each item.
Portion Size Indicator
Set Menu items may have smaller portion sizes. Set Menu items are indicated by an [S].
There are no physical tickets that can accidentally drop on the floor and get lost.
Order Complete Notification
Chef can send an 'order ready' notification to staff or customers via display screen (CollectionPoint) or printer.
TouchKitchen provides the kitchen with a summary of all items they need to cook and its status.
Receive Online Orders
Orders from TouchTakeaway or integrated Webshop can seamlessly pass through to the TouchKitchen display.