Stephanie Little, Restaurant Manager, Restaurant Nathan Outlaw

The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 27th April 2017

Chef Career Advice

Based on her extensive experience working within the Culinary Industry, Restaurant Manager, Stephanie Little offers her advice to aspiring Chefs in an attempt to help them on their journey up the career ladder:

I'm Stephanie Little and I'm the Restaurant Manager for Nathan Outlaw restaurants in Rock.

If I speak European terms we are always really respected, in England or Great Britain you are not as respected yet but I hope the industry will find out that we are really well educated, we have travelled and we can really communicate well with the guests so I think the future will bring lots to the restaurants in the UK because there is so much going on.

The best bit of career advice ever given to me is to be yourself and enjoy yourself and never be fake. Defiantly find someone you like and most importantly stay for the first year definitely in the front of the house so your CV starts stable.

From a CV it is very difficult to really choose someone I always ask them for a trial shift because of education and background. Then sometimes someone hasn't been in the industry it can be just passion as well so I really like to see someone and how they fit into our team, especially our team here is so small with just three so.

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The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 27th April 2017

Stephanie Little, Restaurant Manager, Restaurant Nathan Outlaw