Restaurant Manager

About L’oscar

L’oscar London, a collaboration between Jacques Garcia and L’oscar International Hotels, is a new luxury hotel situated in central Holborn. L’oscar London has 39 bedrooms, a restaurant, café and bar with Michelin Chef Tony Fleming at its helm.

L’oscar London is looking to recruit passionate new recruits to be part of the opening team. Currently recruiting for a Restaurant Manager for Café L’oscar to be an integral part of the team.

As Restaurant Manager of Café L’oscar, you will lead and be part of a team to deliver a personal, tactful and friendly service, anticipating guest needs, creating a homely ambience in a sophisticated environment to achieve an elegant and comfortable experience.

Reporting to Tony Fleming, Executive Chef, the Restaurant Manager oversees Café L’oscar’s all day dining service of this 64 cover restaurant with bar. You will be responsible for a team of 20, to ensure the seamless running of breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, in the most efficient and effective manner delivering the highest possible standards of service, whilst being pro-active in maintaining and/or improving turnover and profitability.

L’oscar London is looking for previous Food & Beverage management experience in a similar quality operation, knowledge of finance and accounting including cash handling and reconciliation ideal and proven experience in managing a team essential.

Benefits we offer

As well as a competitive salary, we offer considerable benefits including:

  • Holidays increasing to 33 days (including Bank Holidays) after 5 years length of service
  • 50% discount in our restaurant, café and bar
  • Pension
  • Discounted Gym Membership
  • Cycle to Work Scheme
  • Season Ticket Loan
  • Free meals whilst on duty
  • Ongoing training and development
  • Career progression
  • Social events
  • Annual appraisal

Interested to be part of a dynamic opening team at L’oscar London? Please apply now!

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