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Waiter / Waitress Tahir Steps, Central London

Need them

Part-Time

£7.2ph

0.0 miles

Waiter / Waitress Assaggetti, Haymarket

We are an authentic Italian restaurant. We are looking to employ various positions in the restaurant from Commis to...

Full Time

£10.0ph

0.2 miles

Waiter / Waitress Mele e Pere, Soho

We're looking to hire friendly, smiley front of house staff to join our young, modern trattoria in the heart of Soho. Ideal...

Full Time

£8.25ph

0.4 miles

Waiter / Waitress Tabun Kitchen, Berwick Street

Tabun Kitchen is bringing Palestinian hospitality, the food of Jerusalem and a tabun oven (a type of clay oven) to the streets...

Full Time

£7.2ph

0.5 miles

Full Time

£7.2ph

0.7 miles

Waiter / Waitress ZOLO CAFE, Borough

want honest boys

Part-Time

£7.2ph

1.6 miles

Waiter / Waitress Simply Indian, Borough

ROLE: Waiting Staff We are looking for hardworking individuals who enjoy great customer service and want to work in a small...

Full Time

£7.2ph

1.6 miles

Waiter / Waitress Lizzy's Cafe, Moorgate

Staff required.

Part-Time

£7.2ph

1.8 miles

Waiter / Waitress Cantina Carnitas

Cantina Carnitas Team Member Cantina Carnitas is an award winning Mexican street food company based at Flatiron...

Full Time

£8.0ph

1.8 miles

Waiter / Waitress Emilia's Crafted Pasta, East Smithfield

We are recruiting a waiter/waitress for our restaurant in St Katharine Docks (Tower Hill) serving freshly made pasta and...

Full Time

£8.0ph

2.4 miles

Waiter / Waitress Jobs In london FAQs
  • Q. What hours should I be expected to work as a waitress in London?

    The hours and shifts for a waiter/waitress depends on the opening hours of the restaurant. However, most restaurants are open during weekends and evenings. In many restaurants, workers are on a weekly rota and can change their shifts, giving them flexible hours. Some waitresses are on a full-time contract, which means they will be on the rota 35-40 hours/week. Working evenings and weekends can often result in higher tips. 

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

    For many restaurants, the personality of a waitress is more important than experience. Many hospitality employers provide their employees with necessary training. However, customer service experience is always a plus when applying for waitress jobs. If you lack experience but want to work in hospitality, an option is to start as a bar-back or food runner and work your way up.