OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS: Robson’s “CinCin” On The Hunt For A Passionate Pastry Chef

January 11, 2013 

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CinCin Ristorante is located in the heart of downtown at 1154 Robson St. | Vancouver, BC | 604-688-7338 | CinCin.net

The GOODS from CinCin

Vancouver, BC | CinCin Ristorante is seeking an experienced Pastry Chef to join our professional and dedicated team. We require a creative, proactive individual with an extraordinary passion for excellence to thrive in our energetic and fast paced environment. You will have a minimum of 5 years’ experience and training as a pastry chef in similar fine dining establishments. Details after the jump…

CinCin on Robson Street is a celebrated Vancouver dining room, recognized for its contemporary Italian menu and award-winning wine cellar. An ingredient-driven, seasonal focus sets the tone for the menu, with distinctive dishes embracing the traditions of Italy.

We offer competitive wages, benefits and an opportunity to join a company that is on the cutting edge of modern sophistication, along with a camaraderie that supports our shared passions.

To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter in confidence to jack@toptable.ca specifying “pastry chef” in the subject line.

Details

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1154 Robson Street | Vancouver, BC | V6E 1B5 | MAP
Voice: 604-688-7338
Web: cincin.net
Email: info@cincin.net

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Hours

Ristorante  Nightly from 5pm – midnight
Bar  Nightly from 5pm – midnight
Late Menu  11pm – midnight
Lunch  11.30am -3pm, Monday – Friday

Our Team

Andrew Richardson, Executive Chef
Ricardo Ferreira, Restaurant Director
Richard Luxton, Restaurant Manager
Colin Turner, Bar Manager

About CinCin Ristorante

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Italian inspired wood fired cucina

A winding stone staircase leads upward from bustling Robson Street to this celebrated Vancouver dining room, recognized for its contemporary, Italian inspired menu and award-winning wine cellar. The elegant marble bar is a central feature, accented by stone walls hung with original artworks, and punctuated with tall arched windows that open onto a secluded terrace. Housed in the private dining room, part of CinCin’s value-driven wine collection is on display: deep and global with rare vintages, boutique finds, and an extensive half-bottle selection.

An ingredient-driven, seasonal focus sets the tone for CinCin’s menu, with distinctive dishes embracing the traditions of Italy.

Restaurant Director Ricardo Ferreira and his service team choreograph unrivalled dining experiences, committed to their exemplary wine program and his own industry-leading service standards.

Accolades

“Quality dishes (and especially unforgettable desserts) in a vivid, buzzy room that appeals to visitors and locals alike.”
Vancouver magazine, 2011

“This is world-class cuisine that deserves its place in the pantheon of Vancouver’s gourmet all-stars.”
Inside Vancouver, 2011

“For the past decade CinCin has been a fine-dining constant on the strasse that consistently turns out imaginative, reliable food.”
Vancouver magazine, Eating + Drinking Guide, 2011

“Everything was perfection.”
24 Hours newspaper, 2011

“CinCin is an Italian oasis of fine dining, comfort, and indulgence.”
Miss 604, 2010

“The chaos of everyday life comes to a halt the moment you enter CinCin, a heavenly Tuscan-inspired dining room. Its extensive wine list and seasonally focused contemporary Italian menu are sure to awaken your inner Elizabeth Gilbert and have you going back for seconds.”
BC Living magazine, 2010

“The kitchen has long excelled at virtually everything it does.”
Westender, 2010

“Superlative Italian cuisine in one of the city’s loveliest and most comfortable dining rooms. The menu emphasizes seasonal delights cooked in a wood-fired oven, and everything tastes divine.”
Frommer’s Guide, 2010

Best Italian, Silver
Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards, 2011

Wine List Award, Gold
Vancouver Playhouse International Wine Festival, 2011

Best Last Course, Gold
Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards, 2010

‘Best of’ Award of Excellence
Wine Spectator, 2010

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