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165 East Huron Street, Chicago, IL
Busser at RAMEN-SAN

Busser at RAMEN-SAN


Full Time • Hourly (Based on Experience)
Expired: Sep 4, 2019

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0-1 years

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The RAMEN-SAN team in Streeterville is hiring for full-time/part-time Bussers!

  • 6 months - 1 year of experience required
  • Shifts include lunch, dinner, evenings, and weekends including Sundays
  • Flexible schedule which may include nights, weekend, an holidays
  • EOE. E-Verify. 

Japanese Noodle Den: A lively neighborhood restaurant reminiscent of traditional ramen shops in Japan

  • FOR CONSIDERATION: Apply now in our online system, please click Apply Now button
  • Questions on the apply process? Stop by the restaurant to inquire & apply online using our mobile device!

CARING. CREATIVE. CAREERS. Join the Lettuce Entertain You family...Voted Top Workplaces 2018 (Chicago Tribune)! Our 100+ restaurants are nationally recognized for great food and service and as great places to work. We hire and care deeply for people with creativity, passion and the drive to be the best. And we reward our teams with top notch benefits, career-long training and development and opportunities for growth. 

If you want a career at a progressive company with a long-standing commitment to people, join our caring and creative team!

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Ramen-san is a lively, neighborhood restaurant and bar in River North reminiscent of traditional ramen shops in Japan. The menu is created by Chef/Partner Doug Psaltis and Executive Chef Marcelo Han. Ramen-san showcases elevated ingredient across seven ramen dishes offered on the menu. These include a traditional tonkotsu pork broth, kimchi and fried chicken ramen - a nod to Chef Han’s Korean heritage, and a vegetarian broth. In addition to the food, mixologist Paul McGee developed a beverage program, that features Japanese whiskey, Asian-inspired cocktails and local and Japanese craft beer with Asahi on draft served through a special draft tower imported from Japan. The space is raw, anchored by exposed brick and reclaimed wood, which makes for an understated, yet inviting ambiance. Ramen-san has a comfortable, approachable space where diners can enjoy noodles in a casual setting for dinner and late night.

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