Chinatown’s “Bao Bei” Hiring Garde Manger & Server/Bartender

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Vancouver, BC | We are looking for a Server/Bartender and a Garde Manger. For the front of house position, the successful candidate must have experience both serving and bartending in a professional environment and must be happy to do both positions. We are an extremely busy restaurant so being able to multitask, think on your feet, and handle high turnover is desirable. At the same time, candidate must have a knowledgeable background with regards to spirits, wine, beer, and food. Please drop your resumé off in person between 3:30pm – 5:00pm.

For the back of house position, we are looking for a committed individual who enjoys working in a high paced environment. Please email resumes to joelwatanabe2000 [at] yahoo.ca or drop by with your resume before 4:30pm.

Details

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163 Keefer St., Vancouver, BC V5T 1Z4
Telephone: 604 688 0876
Website: www.bao-bei.ca | Twitter: @BaoBei1

Hours

Monday to Saturday 5.30pm – Midnight. (effective June 1st, 2015)

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The People

Owner: Tannis Ling
General Manager: Chen-Wei Lee
Head Chef: Joël Watanabe
Bar Manager: Derek Granton

About Bao Bei

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Meaning “precious” in Mandarin, Bao Bei opened in January of 2010 in the heart of Chinatown with the hope of recreating that special charm that the area used to have.  We specialize in rustic Chinese small plates meant for a more intimate dining experience.  Chef Joël Watanabe, utilizes French techniques and the Japanese eye for plating and presentation to refine traditional flavours, creating unique dishes that maintain authenticity yet display a modern approach.  All our ingredients are locally sourced, organic, hormone free and sustainable and not to worry, we do not use MSG in anything.  Derek Granton oversees the bar with a diverse beer list, a succinct but smart wine list and an imaginative cocktail program using ingredients found in neighbouring Chinatown herbal shops that owner, Tannis Ling, grew up with. The room is a labour of love with elements of a traditional French brasserie intertwined with vintage Chinese motifs, clean modern lighting and playful details that nod to the owner’s family.  Our aim is to stuff you with yummy food and drink and serve it to you in the most genuine, sincere manner.

Accolades

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EnRoute Magazine: 2nd Best New Restaurant in Canada
Georgia Straight:  Best New Restaurant
Chinese Restaurant Awards: Diner’s Choice Best New Modern Chinese Restaurant

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