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Lead Line Cook
Yakiniku Futago
37 West 17th Street, New York, NY
Yakiniku Futago hiring Lead Line Cook in New York, NY

Yakiniku Futago hiring Lead Line Cook in New York, NY

Yakiniku FutagoMore Info

Full Time • Hourly (Based on Experience)
Expired: Jun 16, 2021

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Required Years of Experience

2 years

Job Details
Yakiniku Futago is an upscale Japanese barbecue restaurant, specializing in USDA Prime and Wagyu beef.
Looking for an experienced, driven and responsible cook to join our small tight-nit team.

The ideal candidate will have
- A minimum of 2-3 years of experience in fast paced, high volume restaurants
- Great knife skills
- Experience with beef or fish butchery
- Ability to expedite, maintain quality and speed during service under pressure
- High standard of cleanliness, following DOH standards
- Team oriented
- Flexible schedule. Nights and weekend availability is a must
- Valid Social Security Card or Number
- Knowledge of Japanese or Asian food a plus

Please send us your resume to set up an interview.

Compensation Details

Compensation: Hourly (Based on Experience)

Required Skills

Beef Butchery

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Established in 2015.
Yakiniku, in Japanese, means to barbecue!

The owners of FUTAGO were born as twin brothers in Osaka, the most popular city for yakiniku in Japan. Futago means “twins” in Japanese.
Establishing their first FUTAGO restaurant in the year of 2010 in Tokyo, the twins developed a unique “FUTAGO style” concept.

Now, FUTAGO is all over Japanese media including TV programs and magazines, expanding more than 40 locations worldwide including Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, and here in New York.
Our aim as a restaurant is to expand more locations, spreading the Yakiniku culture around the world to make it a household name – akin to that of sushi.