The culinary world of Manchester is thriving. More and more renowned chefs are relocating to the vibrant city in the North West and building up their businesses there. With new bars and clubs opening, the city is growing and has become an exciting place for everyone. Find the right chef job in Manchester for you, here.
Where to work:
Whilst Manchester may not have any Michelin star restaurants yet, the city's culinary world is thriving with locations for fine dining and restaurants with a more relaxed atmosphere that suits all ages, moods and requirements, such as Adam Reid at The French , El Gato Negro and Waggon.
There are various opportunities to find a chef job in Manchester. The average wages for head chef jobs are around £20,000 - £25,000. (Comparison to London: around £30,000)
Advice from chefs in Manchester:
Adam Reid, head chef at The French, said: "Manchester is a big enough city to have a lot going on. It is very vibrant, it's interesting and there is lots of stuff happening. It is up and coming! But it's not too big so you won't be lost in the melee, like London where you are just one of a trillion people. In