Chef de Partie
Inspired by dining in Tuscan steakhouses and enotecas, Bistecca Sydney aims to deliver guests unique dining experienced nowhere else in Australia.
Sydney hospitality group Liquid & Larder are seeking a full-time Chef de Partie to join the kitchen team.
Bistecca (Italian for ‘Steak’) has a concealed dining room serves one cut of meat, bistecca alla Fiorentina (renowned Florentine cut of meat) cooked over an open hearth among diners in an intimate setting that transports guests to another time and place.
An Italian cocktail bar and wine shop is also housed in the venue, located beneath Bridge Street in Sydney’s CBD.
About the role
We are looking for an individual to work in a close-knit team focused on meticulous food preparation with the ability to produce quality and consistency. The right candidate is a qualified chef with a with a minimum of one year experience in a similar role with desire to undertake progression and development opportunities in a growing company.
The right applicant will need to demonstrate
A confident cooking style with a strong emphasis on quality, presentation and consistency
Planning and organisational skills
Be meticulous in adhering to food safety regulations
Proven experience in a reputable kitchen
Ability to work flexible hours between Monday and Saturday
About the current kitchen team
We treat each other with respect.
We believe every good meal starts with a negroni.
We don’t compromise on crap food because we wouldn’t serve it to our Grandma.
We voice our opinion if we feel something can be done better and encourage our colleagues to do the same.
You can often see us at the bar together after a shift, enjoying a cold beer.
About the Company
Liquid & Larder are Australian-based hospitality operators responsible for crafting some of Sydney’s most loved venues, Bistecca, The Wild Rover and Grandma’s.
If you have a passion for creating memorable experiences and want to develop your career please contact us at email@example.com Are you interested? Do you have more questions? Let’s talk.