The salaries of restaurants

Here are the average salaries for those who work in London restaurants!

IN ROOM (DINING ROOM)

ManagerIt is a very important position, in fact, an excellent command of the language and at least two years of experience in London restaurants.
SupervisorHe is responsible immediately after the Manager, therefore a good command of the language and at least 6 months of London experience is requested.
Chef de Rang

(£450/£600 + Service Charge+tips)

He is in charge of directing the room. At least two years of experience in the country and a year of London experience are requested. Excellent knowledge of the English language is necessary.
Waiter/Waitress

(£300/£450 + tips)

He is a waiter in every way, which is why he needs experience in the area and a good level of English to be able to understand what the client is asking for.
Comis Waiter/Waitress

(£280/£300 + tips)

He is an assistant to the waiter. You need a minimum of experience and a basic knowledge of English.
Bartender

(£350/£400 +tips)

It is a job that requires experience in cocktails and a good level of English to be able to talk with the client.
Barman/woman

(£300/£350 + tips)

In the restaurants of England a small part of the room comes prepared for the bar. It requires a minimum knowledge of the language but experience in making coffee, cappuccino, the, etc.
Runner

(£240/£260)

He is another waiter’s assistant who deals only with the services between the kitchen and the living room. Neither English nor experience is necessary. .
Counter Hand

(£7.5 per hour)

In England it is possible to find jobs in the Coffee Shop or in the Sandwich Bar. It does not require much experience but the level of English has to be at least an intermediate level.


IN THE KITCHEN (KITCHEN)

I° Chef

(£500/£700)

It is a position of great responsibility that can be covered by people with a lot of experience.
II° Chef

(£400/£600)

Knowledge is required in all sectors of the kitchen as soon as the First Chef could substitute.
Chef de Partie/Pasta Chef

(£350/£400)

He takes care of cooking meats and first courses. The Pasta Chef instead deals only with the preparation of the first courses. It is a much sought after figure.
Salad Chef

(£300/£350)

It deals exclusively with the preparation of the snacks.
PastryChef

(£400/£500)

It deals with the pastry sector. At least two years of experience in the country itself is required.
Pizza Maker

(£350/£550)

As you can guess it’s the person that takes care of the preparation of the pizzas. It is a much sought after figure.
Kitchen Porter/Washing Up

(£260/£280)

Clearly deals with the preparation of pizzas.
It is a much sought after figure.

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