Yes Chef! Golden opportunities all around at Edenmill
NEWS: I’m delighted to announce just a couple of weeks since the launch of the Food Tourism Action Plan for Scotland that the Tasting Scotland Consultancy arm is at full stretch as our founder Brenda Anderson has been contracted to work with the team at Edenmill Cafe, Butchery and Soft Play to provide strategic and operational support on an on-going basis in an exciting re-opening planned towards the end of the year.
Situated just 10 miles north of Glasgow, the location on the Balloch to Strathblane section of the famous John Muir Way, the long distance path which stretches coast to coast across Scotland’s central belt, couldn’t be more perfect for enjoying some time out with family and friends. Great coffee, healthy and hearty fayre and some wickedly delicious cakes are soon to be on the menu.
Of course as everyone knows a Cafe is only as good as the last plate of food it serves up, so as Brenda explains “getting a Chef to lead a small but perfectly formed team is one of my first actions. There is a definite family feel to Edenmill and despite it being notoriously difficult to recruit skilled chefs at the moment, I am sure there will be a number attracted to switching off the lights at 6.30 pm and going home!”. No dinner service is planned except for the odd special event and she laughs as she recalls it took her at least six months to adjust when she first gave up working the gruelling old school split shifts in the 5-star hospitality industry where she began her career. “It was like being permanently being jet-lagged. I don’t know how many times I’d have had my passport stamped! Great times though”.
Are you a Chef with at least 3 years cooking experience and preferably management experience who is looking for a new opportunity? Brenda would love to hear from you. For more details contact [email protected] (or [email protected]) and who knows this just might be the icing on the cake of a brand new completely un-jetlagged you!