How Our Restaurant Secret Shopper Program Works…
The industry’s most carefully screened professional restaurant evaluators visit your restaurant(s), blending in perfectly.
Restaurant mystery shopping evaluators measure performance based on your criteria and provide a detailed, step-by-step narrative of the experience.
Coyle’s dedicated restaurant consultants then compare this data against industry benchmarks providing restaurateurs with results that are useful, relevant and actionable.
Coyle’s feedback is complete, detailed, objective and fully fact-checked.
…Coyle will be there when you cannot.
Learn More about Our Restaurant Mystery Shopping Services?
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Coyle Clients Consistently Get:
- Fast and headache-free program set-up; Coyle does all the work
- Carefully screened evaluators who are never repeated at your locations
- Customized measurements that fit your brand perfectly
- Speedy turnaround time
- Industry Benchmarking that is easy to use and helps to set you apart from the competition
- Simple yet powerful Action Planning that gets accountability and results
…Your Vision Measured by Your Guests
Clients Staying Ahead with CoyleLarge, small, independent or branded, Coyle clients lead in their respective categories with a commitment to the customer and a never-ending desire to always be better.
We currently maintain restaurant secret shopper services for a wide variety of clients, including:
- Daniel Boulud
- Culinary Concepts by Jean-Georges
- Starr Restaurant Organization
- Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts
- Starwood F&B Concepts
- Bobby Flay
- Wolfgang Puck
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