A night chef is generally responsible to handle the late in the day hours, for example to set up a midnight buffet if the hotel or eatery has one. It is generally meant to offer the community an interesting meal option for a late adventure. The skill sets for a night chef job is similar to a regular chef, with culinary mastery, organizational expertise, and professional work ethics being on the fore front. Such a job profile is ideal for those who have another occupation through the day and wish to fuel their passion for food and desire to learn in the night.
Considering the vast arena London traverses in terms of its food variety, landing up on good night chef vacancies is neither difficult nor hard to find. A lot of good restaurants and hotels sport a menu for night catchers and if you are someone who would like to try their hand at serving their taste buds, you must not give this a miss.
For more information about night chef vacancies in London, contact The Change Group, hospitality recruitment agency on 02079236021