A Chef de Partie is required for this large, award winning hotel within hertfordshire.
The property delivers amazing cuisine to its guests, using fresh local produce, a lot of which is picked from their very own gardens.
Being a Chef de Partie means you will have responsibility for deliverin eye wateringly beautiful dishes every single day.
The kitchen offers a wide range of cuisines and flavours, and you must be an ambitious and tenacious chef, who’s keen to develop and grow.
You will need to have previous experience, an eye for detail and a great command of classic culinary techniques.
Benefits of this Chef de Partie position:
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