If you haven’t heard of Balls and Company, we’re not quite sure where you’ve been hiding. There’s been a lot of hype about this meatball centric new opening and we can’t wait to try it.
So who’s the brain behind this unique concept? Australian born Bonny Porter is the lady of the hour in the Head Chef job. Having previously worked at The Arts Club in Mayfair and Village East in Bermondsey, she now hopes to launch a completely new dining experience in London.
From what we’ve heard Bonny’s balls are going to be anything but ordinary, cue Jerry Lee Lewis’ ‘Great balls of fire’. Expect “Wagyu beef”, “Confit salmon” and “Quinoa, beetroot & feta” all topped with a sauce of your choice, options include ‘Romesco with red pepper, almonds, hazelnuts & garlic’. Think unconventional meatballs made from only the finest produce and you’re on the right track to what Balls & co has in stall for us.
And if meatballs aren’t your go-to dish, don’t panic! You can order a trio of sliders for only £8, flavours include:
– Chicken with Sugo, ricotta bechamel & aubergine
– Wagyu, tomato jam, gruyere & pickles
– Pork with romesco, aioli & charred radicchio
Besides our excitement about the food, we’re also really passionate about Bonny’s vision for her brigade. These days it’s hard to come by a chef job in London that only requires you to work 45 hours per week and has a great pension plan; that’s what Balls & co is offering.
The perfect person for this Chef de Partie job is someone who has heaps of creativity, a real desire to cook everything from scratch using quality produce and to learn a lot along the way. You’ll have a say in the menu and a lot of autonomy to experiment and show your skills.
If you are interested in chef jobs at restaurants like Balls and Company, give us a call on 02079236030 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.