Rickshaw Dumpling Bar has one brick-and-mortar restaurant in New York City, and two food trucks that find ideal places to park each day for lunch and dinner. Managing partner Kenny Lao spoke with Nation’s Restaurant News about how he finds people with the skill set necessary to sell dumplings and salads out of a truck in New York City. What are you looking for in a truck employee? We look for all the regular soft skills for great customer service — someone who is adventurous and ...
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