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According to the information from and notifications of Human Resources Department of Cafe Rouge Company, you can search for Cafe Rouge recruitment notices and get information about the firm, as a result, apply for a job, from our website.
Minimum age to work Cafe Rouge: Age limit is 16 years or older.
Working Time: Varies depending on the position.
Available Positions: Host, Waiting Staff, Kitchen Assistant, Chefs, Supervisor, Sous Cheff, Bar Staff, Chef de Partie, Commis chef
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- Love food, love wine, love people and love Café Rouge. Think about how you can prove to us that you fulfill this statement.
- Read and re-read the job advert.
- Understand exactly what the role involves.
- Do your Café Rouge research.
- Visit a Café Rouge – or several – and get the inside track on things.
- Understand what it means for your future to be part of Casual Dining Group.
- Show us you love Café Rouge – learn about us so that you can speak to us with passion and knowledge.
- Don’t just answer questions – ask them. It shows us you’re interested and we love to share what we know about Café Rouge too.
- Plan your journey to the interview and do a trial run. Allow plenty of time. Arrive 10 minutes early – it shows you’re punctual and efficient.
- Bring a copy of your CV, especially if you’ve updated it since you applied. Highlight achievements that you feel are relevant to the role. Think of memorable ways to show us what these
- achievements might look like in a day at Café Rouge.
- First impressions count. So be yourself and connect with us. Make the interview a two-way conversation. Dress the part. Leave a lasting impression.
- Stand out from the crowd but show us you’re a team player.
About Cafe Rouge
Café Rouge is a French-styled restaurant chain, with over 120 sites across the UK. Café Rouge is part of a bigger restaurant network owned by Tragus Group Ltd.
Café Rouge was founded by Roger Myers and Karen Jones as a small restaurant chain in 1989. As the brand grew, Myers and Jones incorporated the chain into a larger restaurant group: the Pelican Group. In July 1996, Whitbread purchased Pelican Group – comprising 110 restaurants under the Dôme, Mamma Amalfi and, primarily, Café Rouge brands – for £133m.
The restaurant chain gained much exposure after frequently being mentioned in the 1996 novel Bridget Jones’s Diary, with the main character Bridget Jones (and her friends) visiting her local branch of the restaurant regularly throughout the novel.
In May 2002, Whitbread sold Pelican to Tragus Group in a management buy-in for £25m.
In 2009, Cafe Rouge began a partnership with the Gourmet Society, offering their members discounts on production of a Gourmet Society restaurant discount card.
In February 2011, Café Rouge introduced a new fast-service format to the brand. Café Rouge Express at London Euston railway station and Southampton’s WestQuay shopping centre, aims to reduce customer waiting time and the reduced menu range is available to eat in or take away.
In 2012, it was reported that Café Rouge intended investing in excess of £20m refurbishing its restaurants over the next few years, starting with the Hampstead branch. Created byAfroditi Krassa, the new design is inspired by classic but urban Parisian bistros, whilst remaining sensitive to the essence of the original Café Rouge. The design will be rolled out across 125 restaurants within three years, with interiors tailored to each site.
In September 2012, Café Rouge joined the Nectar loyalty card reward scheme as a redemption partner.