Zahav is looking to add an enthusiastic, hardworking cook to our pastry team. Applicants should be motivated to learn, posess an attention to detail, and have some previous pastry experience. We greatly value honesty, respect, and dependability. Cooks work from 11am-close (close can be as early as 11:30pm, as late as 1am), 4 days per week, with 3 days off. Availability to work on weekends is mandatory.
In 2018 Zahav's Pastry Chef, Camille Cogswell, received the James Beard Award for Rising Star Chef of the Year. Just this May, Zahav recieved the 2019 James Beard Award for the most Outstanding Restaurant in the country. We are a high-volume, fast-paced, fine dining restaurant serving modern Israeli small plates and desserts.
The CookNSolo restaurant group was born and bred in Philadelphia and founded by the James Beard Award Winning duo of Steven Cook and Michael Solomonov. Comprised of Abe Fisher, Dizengoff Philly, Dizengoff NYC, Federal Donuts, Goldie, Rooster Soup Company, and Zahav, with more unique concepts soon to open, we aim to dish up innovative, high-quality food and exceptional hospitality.
Zahav Website: http://www.zahavrestaurant.com
Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance available to all employees
Enforcement Of Safety / Sanitation Standards
General knife handling
Up to 300 covers a night
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Zahav is a modern Israeli restaurant that brings the authentic flavors of Israel's cultural heritage to Philadelphia.
The name Zahav means "gold" in Hebrew, and is a reference to Jerusalem, which has been a cultural crossroads for thousands of years. The design of the restaurant echoes the hidden courtyards of Jerusalem, with golden limestone floors and walls, hand-carved tables, and soaring ceilings.
The soul of Zahav is the laffa bread, baked to order in our wood-fired Taboon; the creamy and nutty hummus that will transport you to Jerusalem; and the sizzling skewers of meat grilled over hardwood charcoal. Zahav offers a small plates menu that encourages guests to sample the large variety of cultural influences on the cuisine of Israel - from Eastern Europe to North Africa and from Persia to the Eastern Mediterranean.
Guests can relax and enjoy the bounty of the Israeli table with a cold Lemonnana, a cocktail from our award-winning list, or a bottle of boutique Israeli wine from one of the largest selections outside of Israel.
Zahav 237 Saint James Place
Philadelphia, PA 19103