Restaurant management system is developed using Python programming language to manage and operate all restaurant-related functions within a computer. This program is perfect for students who want to learn how a management system is developed using Python or for shop owners to perform their restaurant-related day to day operations. It reduces a lot of hard work and complexity. Nowadays restaurants are filled with people so it’s very difficult to manage all the work manually. That’s why these kind of software is essential.
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About Restaurant Management System In Python
This application is built in Python to maintain the orders and calculate the prices of orders at the restaurant. It allows a user to calculate the price, subtotal, taxes and total amount of the order by managing the quantities and prices of the items Components of the application: Frontend(GUI) Algorithms for calculation.
Features of Restaurant Management System In Python
- Various Restaurant Items such as Fast foods, meals, desserts, drinks shakes and Krushers.
- Features to add quantity of each item in all the menu available
- Generate Receipt of customer items
- Calculate total price of bill
- Addition of Tax and Service charge
- Individual Price of Each items set in the system
- Reset all menu and orders
GUI(Frontend) of Restaurant Management System In Python
The GUI of this application is built using Python Tkinter library. Tkinter is the standard GUI library for Python. The use of Python along with Tkinter delivers a fast and easy way to create Graphical User Interface applications. Tkinter is a source of a powerful object-oriented interface to the Tk GUI toolkit. So, making a GUI application using Tkinter is an simple task.
One has to just do the following steps − Import the Tkinter module in their system. Then make a Graphical User Interface application’s main window. Next, add one or more of the above-mentioned widgets to the GUI application. At last, the user has to enter the main event loop to take action against each event triggered by the user.