Chef (Curry and Tandoor Chef)

  Ottawa

Mia’s Indian Cuisine, located at 917-Richmond Road, Ottawa, ON. K2A 0G8, is a highly esteemed venue for lunch and menu a la carte and caters for special events such as wedding receptions, business meetings, and corporate dinner parties. Mia’s Indian Cuisine is well known for its high standard of culinary excellence and has been serving Ottawa’s West end for more than 11 years. We are actively looking for two highly experienced, creative and innovative experience chefs (Tandoor and Curry) with at least three years of experience in preparing and cooking traditional Indian tandoor recipe and curries.

Job Description:
As a full-time Chef (Tandoor and Curry) you will be required to work morning, evening, and weekend. The applicant should be a team worker, punctual, proactive, hardworking, outgoing, and dependable, and be required to perform the following tasks:
• Prepare and cook complete authentic Indian tandoor recipes and curry using special Indian herbs and spices;
• Work with specialized cooking equipment, such as the tandoor oven, frying pans and deep fryer;
• Prepare and mix ingredients with specific species to create the right balance of taste;
• Create new recipes according to specific request of the clients;
• Oversee kitchen operations and ensure quality of the food;
• Adapt menu dishes to accommodate customers with food orders;
• Plan menus and order food and kitchen supplies along with the supervisor;
• Train the line cook and supervise the kitchen staff;
• Requisition food and kitchen supplies.

Position Available: 2
Job Location:
917-Richmond Road
Ottawa, ON. K2A 0G8

Required experience:
-At least 3 years of experience as a chef in authentic Indian Tandoor and Curry along with good familiarity with special Indian herbs and spices

Terms of employment and salary
-Full time-days, evening, and weekends.
-$26.50 per hour + free meals
-Hours of work per week: 40
-Criminal/Police Clearance Check required
-Language: English
-Start date of employment: As soon as possible

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