The Chef de Partie is responsible for working one of the following stations in the kitchen: Saucier, Hot appetizer, Rôtisseur, Poissonnier or Soupe, as well as supervising at least one cook and/or a commis at their station. He/she will be in direct contact with the Chef or Sous Chef for all instructions on the station such as, but not limited to, menu changes.
The Chef de Partie should be an expert at his/her particular station while having a working knowledge of all stations in the kitchen. He/she should be able to read and follow recipes and standards, train employees, and maintain health department, food quality, and restaurant standards.
The position requires and at least 3 years of kitchen experience, preferably in a French fine dining environment. A culinary training degree is preferred but not required.
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Chef Daniel Boulud’s renowned restaurant delights the senses with elegant ambiance, gracious service and delectable menus in the heart of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. This Relais & Châteaux member’s award winning contemporary French cuisine is inspired by the seasons and accompanied by world class wines. The distinctive setting boasts contemporary furnishings and finishes atop the restaurant’s grand neo classical architecture. DANIEL offers the Bellecour Room for private dining and a warm and welcoming Bar & Lounge where guests enjoy creative cocktails, à la carte dining and sumptuous late night desserts.
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