DIZENGOFF, a traditional Israeli-style hummusiya in the Rittenhouse Square neighborhood of Philadelphia, is seeking a dishwasher!
Candidates must be able to work a three compartment sink and dishwasher properly. Able to complete daily maintenance with no complaints and small prep work from time to time.
Dishwashers are expected to receive and organize daily deliveries, maintain the walk-in and dry storage inventories, be responsible for deep cleaning and maintaining a clean kitchen at all times, as well as washing dishes for service and pots and pans during kitchen prep.
Candidates must be fired-up and demonstrate a willingness to learn, grow, and take critical feedback.
Dizengoff has a very high standard in regards to work ethic and the ability to work as part of a cohesive team.
The team at Dizengoff provides an always-fresh, satisfying meal for every slice of society. The menu at Dizengoff changes daily and with the season, centered around Middle Eastern hummus platters with a focus on vegetable toppings and fresh-baked pita made on-site in an open kitchen.
Dizengoff was founded in Philadelphia in the Summer of 2014, built from the popularity and admiration for the hummus at Zahav, the pioneering Israeli restaurant from multiple James Beard Award-winning restaurateurs, Chef Michael Solomonov and Steven Cook. Over the past 10 years of Zahav, the restaurant has arguably put Israeli cooking on-the-map in the US.
Sister restaurants along with Zahav, include Federal Donuts, Goldie, Abe Fisher, and K'Far, as well as forthcoming Laser Wolf and Merkaz all in Philadelphia.
A minimum of 1 year experience is required. Apply today!
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Jewish / Kosher
Part of CookNSolo Restaurants
Dizengoff is an authentic, Israeli-style hummusiya (hummus stall) serving freshly-made hummus topped with rotating seasonal garnishes like hot spiced lamb with pine nuts or avocado with peanut harissa – accompanied by hearth-baked pita, chopped salad, and Israeli pickles. A Lemonnana, which is an ultra refreshing Israeli-style frozen mint lemonade along with local craft beer wash down a vibrant and healthful meal that is a staple of every slice of Israeli society.
Dizengoff was born in the City of Brotherly Love and is a part of CookNSolo Restaurants, co-owned by Philadelphia-based and award-winning restaurateurs, Chef Mike Solomonov and Steve Cook. Sister restaurants include Zahav, Abe Fisher, Federal Donuts, Goldie, and Rooster Soup Co.
There's no cheaper ticket to Israel than a trip to Dizengoff!