This is a pastry chef job in a truly superb kitchen, a multiple award winner, that's ideal for a pastry chef de partie who is ready to take flight but would like to work with one more excellent mentor before they do. This is one of those jobs where there's still plenty to be learned but also an opportunity to contribute with some of your own best ideas. The dining here, while top class, is informal and relaxed and the kitchen team is headed up by chefs with experience gained in the most prestigious establishments. The goal they set themselves, and have succeeded in delivering on, is to democratise many of the techniques they acquired over the years into an affordable, highly popular, and greatly acclaimed offering. No it's not "fine dining" it's what fine dining looks, and tastes, like when stripped of the extraneous pretension and expense. If you'd like to know how to do this then this is the kitchen to come work in.
It could be that you're seeing this job from abroad and are wondering whether your English needs to be perfect....it doesn't, but your desserts do need to be very good and an excellent attitude/enthusiasm are vital. Your English you can work to improve upon while here, in fact that could be another reason to apply for this job. Or it could be that you're also a fan of the countryside and would love to continue to cook great food, relocate to somewhere quieter for a while without sacrificing the quality of your work. Either way this is a terrific kitchen, in a lovely location, putting out some top notch cooking. If you're interested then don't hang around, apply now.
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