If you’re looking for a varied dining experience, with fresh ingredients a-plenty, Swansea is the city for you. From farmer’s markets and
Where to work
Swansea is yet to earn its first Michelin star, leaving scope for the city’s next rising chef to join the culinary scene and make their mark. The area boasts a number of fantastic dining locations, offering a relaxed atmosphere in the local pubs and independent restaurants, as well as a more up-market dining affair in the more sophisticated eateries across the city, such as The Chelsea, Slice, Sosban and Fairyhill.
What can this job lead onto?
The Commis Chef is similar to an apprentice and works within the kitchen in order to pick up the necessary skills and knowledge to progress. The Commis Chef generally remains in this role for a few years before using the knowledge and skills they have gained to continue their journey as a more developed Chef.
There are various opportunities to find a Commis Chef jobs in Swansea. The average wages for a Commis Chef are around 14-20k.