REFERENCE NUMBER: GGVAC2022-1273
Purpose of the Business: Ramen Dayo is a Japanese casual dining restaurant specialising in authentic Japanese ramen, gyoza, sides & Japanese drinks.
We currently offer sit-in, take-away and delivery throughout Glasgow, with plans to expand nationwide in the future.
Purpose of the role:
The role of kitchen assistant is to aid the ramen chefs with prep, the fry-station and to make sure that everything is kept clean and tidy so that the kitchen can function properly.
Take instruction & guidance from senior team on shift
Comply with EHO standards
- Understand the ‘Fry Station’ and the service procedure for each dish on that station
- Prioritise tasks so that we’re not left short of best-sellers
- Ensure dishes are washed and dried and tubs, utensils and wash area are kept in an orderly manner.
- Treat all kitchen equipment with the utmost care, and feedback any issues to senior team
- Coordinate days-off and holidays so as not to leave us short staffed
- Make sure bins are put in the correct bags, and placed in the appropriate bins.
Set Up Tasks:
- Cleaning the fryers
- Prepping and Cooking ingrediencies including meats, vegetables and milk based products
- Excellent organisational skills
- Attention to detail
- Strong leadership, people management and motivational skills.
- Level 1 Food Hygiene
- Food hygiene level 2
- Kitchen experience in Asian food
To create an authentic ramen dining experience, using only high quality ingredients to produce the best tasting ramen in the UK at a competitive price. Consistency, attention to detail and pride in every dish served is central to our success.
Ramen Dayo strives not only to create the best tasting, most authentic ramen outside of Japan, but also to translate ramen culture to Scotland - where it was sorely lacking before we started. From the food and surroundings, to the service, atmosphere and mentality of our staff.
Food Hygiene Level 1
it would be good if you have a knowledge of Japanese cuisine and a appreciation of Japanese culture and dining practices.