What are the best POS systems for restaurants?
I am looking for recommendations on the best POS system for restaurants. My restaurant will have 38 tables, mostly 4-tops. Which POS would your recommend and how many terminals would I need for roughly a 40 table size restaurant?
Some other considers I have:
1. A system that makes it easy to do split checks.
2. A way to ring in appetizers/entrees together with appropriate bill times for the kitchen to manage which menu items come out first.
3. An easy way to make communicate modifications to menu items on the POS.
Ambur POS by a company named Shopkeep. amburapp.com. I am a F&B Consultant and I used this POS on my last project. Simple, efficient and easy to use. Also uses hand held tablets for you wait staff. Items can be put into the system and held as other items go through to the kitchen, so the control with regard to firing times would rest with the front of house staff. Split checks can also be done several ways. You can also split the cost of a single item. Have a look at it. Their customer service is very responsive also and it is an affordable system. Menu items are also easily manipulated. It is an IOS (Apple) based system. Let me know what you think and how it goes..... Cheers
There are many different software types available but a few stand out in the hospitality industry. We offer a POS Rental program which includes Clover, ShopKeep and Poynt POS so you would not have to purchase your system or be locked in to high interest leases. I personally have 24 years of experience in the payments and point of sale industry and would be happy to help.
Hello, Charlie! My name is Kate and our company has a great experience in working with POS systems. We have done one good POS app for our client and we could create a new one for you, if you want. Please, feel free to contact me directly and we could help you.
I have past experience with Lightspeed's POS for retail. Lightspeed also offers a restaurant platform that may be worth considering. Fix That Mac is a local reseller. http://lightspeedhq.com/