We are recruiting a Commis Pastry Chef for Dinner by Heston Blumenthal.
Two Michelin stars, 180 covers a night. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal runs like a well-oiled machine, and we’re looking for a Commis Pastry Chef who can keep pace.
This isn’t just a chance to learn what it takes to run a two-starred restaurant; it’s a chance to learn the history of British cuisine, from an eighteenth-century salamagundy to salmon cured with Earl Grey.
Of course, the standards of service expected at Dinner are only possible with a certain level of regimentation. But with regiments come ranks, and we believe in moving up them.
Everyone from our head chef to our maître d’ have been promoted from within. So as a Commis Pastry Chef, if you’re ready to put the effort in, you can expect to progress quickly and move around.
After all, our hotels are international, and a fine stay means fine dining all over the world, from Tokyo to Tapei.
About the role
As a Commis Pastry Chef you will assist with the food production in the Pastry Kitchen, ensuring high standards are followed, so to delight our guests. You will work as part of a large team, who are committed to deliver the service standards and high level of food production.
We are looking for someone who has a 2AA Rosette or Michelin* background and who is talented, creative and have a genuine passion for food. The role would suit someone who is looking to further develop his knowledge and skill.
About the hotel
Dinner is a collaboration between two iconic names: Heston Blumenthal and Mandarin Oriental. When you set foot through these doors, you feel the spirit of the city infusing every floor. The park’s green vastness rolls beyond bedroom windows. Renowned guests frequent the hotels’ bars and restaurants.
It’s another world – and we’re looking for people to transport our guests here. To a world of oriental luxury and the most attentive service. A world that’s all about them.
It’s a world that’s been reinvented and reimagined to move with the times. With a heart of London’s heritage and an eye to the future, we use our own sense of history to set new standards – through kind, passionate and generous service.
We provide a comprehensive Benefits Package which includes
- Guest Hotel experience for employees
- Discounted Room Nights & F&B Outlets
- Healthcare provisions
- Holidays including Bank & Public Holidays
- Exciting range of learning and development programmes
- Regular colleague social and wellbeing events
- Opportunities for promotion and transfer across the group
In line with the requirements of the Asylum & Immigration Act 1996, all applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK. Documented evidence of eligibility will be required from candidates as part of the recruitment process.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is an equal opportunity employer
Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, 66 Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7LA, United Kingdom
Mandarin Oriental London
As part of the most-extensive multi-million-pound restoration in the hotel's history, internationally-renowned designer Joyce Wang, oversaw the new design of all the rooms, suites and public areas, inspired by the natural beauty of neighbouring Hyde Park and the glamour of the 20th century Golden Age of travel.
The stunning re-imagining of The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, London along with the hotel’s destination restaurants and Mandarin Bar, were directed by esteemed New York designer Adam D Tihany.