Pastry Chef - Granger & Co.Notting Hill

Employer
Granger and Co
Location
London (West)
Salary
£11.50 - £13.00 per hour
Closing date
12 Aug 2021

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Sector
Chef jobs, Pastry Chef
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Job Details

Are you a pastry chef who can whisk up the perfect pavlova, plate a faultless fritter and make moreish morning bakes that pair perfectly with a fluffy cappuccino?

If so, then you are the perfect pastry chef for Granger & Co. and you need apply to work with us.

At Granger & Co we are different.

So what do we give our passionate pastry chefs:
- Exceptional monthly incentives
- Opportunities to complete different pastry courses– offering both support and guidance
- An extra day of holiday for every year of service after two years of working with the company
- A real work-life balance – healthy minds & healthy hearts!
- English courses provided – we support everyone
- All meals are included when you are at work, which are fresh and wholesome
- A bottle of Riesling on your birthday – hopefully you’ll share it with the rest of us!
- 50% staff discount for you to use within all four of our excellent restaurants

Experienced pastry chefs are what we’re gunning for but we also value:

- Innate skills - we want to facilitate natural talent
- An inspiring pastry chef who raises the bar in all they create and possesses great attention to detail
- A passionate approachable individual

We serve classic, freshly prepared, healthy & natural food right through from busy bustling breakfasts to cosy evening candlelit dinners. Across all four of our restaurants we demonstrate a family approach to nurturing our pastry chefs and wanting to see them progress and succeed in our business.

About Granger & Co.
25 years ago, in a sunny little corner cafe in Sydney, the global phenomenon of avocado toast and ricotta hotcakes first began. Self-taught Aussie cook Bill Granger opened his first ever café serving simple fresh flavours and light, healthy plates. Bill quickly earned himself a reputation for his original approach to dining - communal tables and lazy weekend breakfasts. He was declared by the New York Times as “the egg master of Sydney

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