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Chef / Cook Little Mumbai, Twickenham

An upmarket Indian restaurant based in Twickenham, seeking experienced Specialist Indian Curry / Tandoori Chef.You will have...

Full Time


9.9 miles

Chef / Cook Mum's Kitchen, Kingston Upon Thames

Chef/Cook We are looking for a Cook for 'Mums Kitchen' kiosk in Eden Walk Shopping Centre, Kingston-Upon...

Full Time


10.2 miles

Chef / Cook Brouge Bistro, Twickenham

Commis chef £8.50 per hour+tips, Brouge Gastropub Twickenham Full time and permanent position in Twickenham. Immediate...

Full Time


10.8 miles

Chef / Cook Pecking Order, Stanmore

Pecking Order is Expanding!!! Over the course of the next 2 months, Pecking Order will be operating in Stanmore, Barnet...

Full Time


11.0 miles

Chef / Cook The Old Manor, Potters Bar

Be a part of a hard working team in an enjoyable environment. Busy business with plenty of hours available.

Full Time


13.3 miles

Chef / Cook Jobs In london FAQs
  • Q. What is the average salary of a chef in London?

    The average hourly wage for chefs in London is currently £6.78 per hour. For a head chef in London, the average annual salary is £24,745 per year. After 5 years of professional chef experience, salaries tend to increase somewhat.

  • Q. What hours should I be expected to work as a chef in London?

    The hours and shifts for a chef depends on the opening hours of the restaurant. Most restaurants are open during weekends and evenings. Chefs normally start their shifts before the restaurant opens, in order to prepare for food service. The kitchen itself usually closes before the restaurant closes, which means chefs usually leave work before the final guests have left. In many restaurants, staff is on a weekly rota and can change shifts, giving them flexible hours.

  • Q. What experience is required to work as a chef?

    There is usually no academic qualification or certification necessary to work as a chef, but some chefs choose to earn certificates in various areas. If you have no professional chef experience, you may start your career as a trainee chef. 

  • Q. What skills do employers generally look for when hiring a chef?

    In order to be successful working as a chef, you will need to have a keen interest in food and cooking, and be able to do several tasks at once. You also need need to work well under pressure and be a team player. You will benefit from staying up-to-date on the latest food trends, and you’ll be able to show off your creative side by presenting dishes in imaginative ways.