Café Rouge, the chain of French restaurants, has well over a hundred branches in the United Kingdom. And they often hire students and other young people in both full and part time roles to help them serve up great French food to the British public.
If you fancy working in the catering and hospitality industry then Café Rouge should be on your shortlist of options.
Café Rouge is owned by Tragus Ltd, a company which also runs the Bella Italia, Stado and Belgo restaurant chains. In total, Tragus operates from around 300 restaurants in locations all over the United Kingdom.
The first Café Rouge opened for business during 1989 in South West London and expanded quickly. The Café Rouge brand was given a lift in the mid 1990s after it was name dropped repeatedly in the hugely popular book Bridget Jones’s Diary by Helen Fielding.
The are currently around 125 Café Rouge restaurants in the UK, with around a quarter of them still situated in London. They now serve French food in many cities including Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, Cambridge, Oxford and York. There are also Café Rouge restaurants in Scotland, Wales and at airports and Center Parcs.
If you would like a full or part time job at Café Rouge but you aren’t sure where your nearest restaurant is then you will find a Café Rouge locator on their website here.
Team member roles at Café Rouge include waiting staff, bar workers and kitchen assistants. Most positions at Café Rouge have some degree of flexibility built into them, but you must be prepared to be flexible in return too.
Teamwork and great customer service skills are two of the most important factors to Café Rouge, so you will need to be on top of your game in those areas when you make an application. A good, smart appearance is also highly valued at Café Rouge, so, if you are supplied with a uniform for your job, then you will need to look after it carefully and ensure that it looks immaculate before you start work each day.
If you really enjoy a job at Café Rouge and think you could handle more responsibility then the company’s strong training programme should have you moving up through the ranks of management in no time.
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