OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS: Chinatown’s Soon To Open “Bestie” Searching For Sous Chef
The GOODS from Bestie
Vancouver, BC | Bestie is looking for a Sous Chef to come on board, help launch, and ultimately be awesome in the kitchen of our soon to be open 25-seat sausage and beer parlour. Applicants must be passionate and, at times, nerdy about food. Professional kitchen experience is required. We need someone who is capable of working as an integral part of a small team, has leadership skills, and can create and work with food budgets and seasonal ingredients. This position will be a crucial part of our team and we need someone who will hustle hard and take ownership of their role. This is an opportunity to be a part of getting a small restaurant off the ground. The role has the potential to grow as the business grows. Bestie will be a collaborative and creative little restaurant with a tight crew where each member will contribute to make something special happen with food, service and the overall experience. Work ethic, character, and positivity are things we value. Hard work will be required, duties will overlap, and a sense of humour will be necessary. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. We appreciate all applications but due to the overwhelming amount of work we have on our plates right now, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Clinton McDougall & Dane Brown, co-founders
Bestie is a friendly little sausage and beer parlour in the heart of Vancouver’s Chinatown. Inspired by German street food, Bestie serves up a selection of finely crafted sausages, hand cut fries, tasty side salads, fresh baked pretzels, and Chinatown’s finest currywurst. We work with master butchers and urban farms, whole ingredients, and sustainably raised meats. We’ve got three curated taps of local beer, some odd German bottles, both colours of wine, and a storied selection of schnapps. Bestie is open for snappy lunches, friendly dinners, late night eats and thirsty visits anytime. Just look for the neon sausage.