Bill Granger seeks new team for first UK restaurant

By Emma Eversham

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Bill Granger is looking for recruits to work with him at his London restaurant. Photo: Mikkel Vang
Bill Granger is looking for recruits to work with him at his London restaurant. Photo: Mikkel Vang
Australian chef Bill Granger is looking to recruit a new team for his first London restaurant, which he will open in west London this autumn

The, as yet, un-named restaurant will open in Westbourne Grove, on the site of the former Pix Pinto site in November.

It has not yet been confirmed what the style of the restaurant or the menu will be, but it will be open seven days a week to serve breakfast, lunch and dinner and is likely to showcase Granger's relaxed style of cooking which features at his Australian and Japanese restaurants.

"I want to do a Bills-style cafe here but I’m going to have a lot more Asian food on the menu than I do in Sydney – because living here I found you couldn’t eat it out as much. It’s also really appropriate for the climate as it’s great when it’s cold and frosty – Mediterranean food doesn’t have quite that comfort factor," he told the Telegraph ​last month.

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Granger, who has relocated his family to the UK to start his new venture, is looking for a complete team to man the restaurant, including a head chef and a general manager.

To find out more about the roles available and to apply visit our jobs site www.jobs.bighospitality.co.uk​ or simply click the link below.

http://jobs.bighospitality.co.uk/job/617679/-multiple-roles-for-new-opening-in-london-/

A self-taught chef, Granger opened his first restaurant in Darlinghurst, a suburb of Sydney in Australia, when he was 22. He currently owns three restaurants in Australia and three in Japan.

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Posted by ANTON MIGUEL,

what are you going on about.Euro food is some of the finest in the world. Check out welsh celtic food and its roots and history.Slow braised lamb neck-poachers roll-game rabbit pie-oxtail and dumplings.Anyway to many to mention.Now thats what I call warming hearted foods.

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