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Waiter / Waitress Le Restaurant De Paul - Tower 42

Le Restaurant de Paul at Tower 42, is looking for a new waiter/waitress with cocktail, wine, coffee and serving food...

Part-Time

£7.2ph

1.9 miles

Waiter / Waitress Haché, Camden

If you are a bubbly, smiley and happy person, and think you would like to join the ‘Haché family’, please read on: We...

Full Time

£7.2ph

2.3 miles

Waiter / Waitress The Hollywood Arms, Chelsea

** FRONT OF HOUSE STAFF OPENINGS ** We're looking for positive and hardworking waiting-staff to join us. No experience...

Full Time

£7.2ph

2.8 miles

Waiter / Waitress Yoobi Sushi, Dulwich

Immediate waiting staff needed! We are looking for…: People with a great smile and passion for customer interaction....

Full Time

£7.2ph

4.9 miles

Waiter / Waitress Little Mumbai, Twickenham

Immediate start! We are looking for enthusiastic individuals to be a part of our established, newly refurbished, upmarket...

Part-Time

£7.2ph

9.9 miles

Waiter / Waitress Ponte Vecchio, West Byfleet

Ponte Vecchio is a most enjoyable and relaxed venue in which to savour some of the most delicious Italian food to be had in...

Full Time

£7.2ph

20.0 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.