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Chef de Partie at New Coya City of London

Posted: 10-02-2019
Place: City of London, London

An amazing opportunity is now available to join the new COYA Team. COYA will be opening it's second London site in the vibrant City area and is looking for passionate, hard working and dedicated Chef de Parties’ to join the new kitchen team.
The open plan kitchen includes a ceviche bar offering a wide range of ceviches and tiraditos; a Josper section featuring a range of meat and fish dishes cooked in the traditional Josper oven and an open grill Robata section serving traditional Peruvian anticuchos.
COYA will:
- Invest in you, give full training and we really believe in promoting from within
- Pay you well with the option of paid extra shifts (we work 7 shifts per week) and your trial shift will be paid if you are successful
- Make your workplace fun, we believe happy workers are the key to our success
- Excellent benefits such as staff food on shift and great discounts at some of London’s best restaurants
- Opportunities for international transfers
In return, we expect:
- Relevant experience in a high-volume, high end kitchen environment and attention to detail
- Good attitude and high work ethic
- Passion for creating innovative dishes
- A wish to succeed and push yourself forward within the company
COYA, the Peruvian eatery from Arjun Waney (Zuma, Roka, La Petite Maison) is one of the hottest eateries to hit London late in 2012, won the London Lifestyle Award for Best Restaurant in 2014 and Time Out Love London Award for Best Restaurant in Mayfair in 2016. COYA is going from strength to strength and continuing to expand both globally and locally. Making this a great time to join with plenty of opportunities to develop and grow within the talented team.
If successful your will have the opportunity to meet one of the COYA team, so be prepared to tell us why you want to join this incredible company.

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