There are a variety of dining experiences and locations on offer in Brighton, ranging from fine dining, afternoon tea and vegan restaurants to food markets, seafood restaurants and exotic eateries. Brighton boasts a lively nightlife, with clubs and bars that keep tourists visiting the city all year round. Find your Pastry Chef job in Brighton here.
Where to work
Brighton is home to a selection of critically acclaimed restaurants, including Terre à Terre, Chilli Pickle, Silo, Coal Shed, Ginger Dog, Salt Room, The Set, Gingerman, Little Fish Market and Fig Tree Matt Gillan has just opened The Pike and Pine, which is restaurant by night, by day it’s the Red Roaster speciality coffee house. The area is rich with opportunities for chefs of all levels and skill sets.
What can this job lead onto?
The Pastry Chef is in charge of the pastry section of the kitchen. The Pastry Chef will generally be in charge of budgets for the kitchen's pastry department, dessert recipes and overseeing apprentice chefs in the pastry kitchen. This role helps to build skills that will aid progression
There are various opportunities to find a Pastry Chef job in Brighton. The average wages for Pastry Chefs are around 14-20k.