Work Experience

Apr 2015 - Now Head chef
Maroun sfeir Executive chefs work for restaurants and make most of the administrative decisions. They may review food and beverage purchases, develop and standardize recipes, maintain safety and sanitation in the kitchen, maintain equipment, design food presentation aesthetics, plan and prepare special menu items, choose menu designs and determine menu prices. They may also be in charge of interviewing, hiring and training new kitchen personnel. Additionally, executive chefs supervise all kitchen workers. They give performance reviews, grant pay increases and take disciplinary action when necessary. Executive chefs may also help prepare meals in the kitchen and delegate work to other chefs and cooks during the restaurant's busy times. At the end of the work day, executive chefs oversee clean up and record the day's sales.
  

Awards

Bocus d'or lebanon

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Role Models


Cooking Style

Gastronomic

Kitchen Skills

  • Food Styling
  • Ingredient Selection
  • Kitchen Management
  • Knife Skills
  • Menu / Recipe Development
  • Presentation

Business Skills

  • Cost Control
  • Food Safety
  • Leadership & Time Management
  • Menu Development
  • Purchasing / Ordering
  • Recruiting / Hiring

Personal Skills

  • Attention to Detail
  • Capacity for Teamwork
  • Creativity
  • Motivational
  • Responsibility
  • Speed and Organization


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