Pastry Chef de Partie

A fancy French term used mostly for a station chef in a big restaurant, the Pastry Chef de Partie takes care of the baker’s division. An ideal candidate for this position would be someone with hands on experience about food preparations and knows exactly how to keep the flour churning. One of the senior positions, Pastry Chef de Partie jobs are available in hotels big enough to accommodate multiple sections in the culinary department. This role promises a lot of exposure to performing under pressure, as well as handling a lot of responsibility.

Given the variety of baked goods and desserts available and multiplicity of requirements for the same, the chef de Partie Pastry generally operates from a separate section of his own, at times even a separate kitchen. A Pastry Chef de Partie applicant must have an absolute love for food, a great culinary skill set, and needless to say, a sweet tooth. Often, the position is further bifurcated into sub heads like the baker, the confectioner and the glacier, who is the cold desert chef. If you are interested in Pastry Chef de Partie jobs in London, you can view all our live vacancies and apply online. Alternatively, feel free to give us a call on 02079236021.



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Position

Location

Pastry Chef,£30,000 per annum,1 Michelin Star Restaurant,London

  • London
  • £ - £30000 per annum holiday pay and pension

Pastry Chef de Partie

  • West London
  • £26000 - £27000 per annum Tronc

Pastry Chef de Partie

  • West London
  • £26000 - £26000 per annum evenings off