Cook, Restaurant Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Cook, Restaurant?

Cook, Restaurant in Carlisle:
Pros: Making the food look good for the customer. Trying out and perfecting new dishes that reach our menu every quarter. Enabling team members to run their own stations but motivate them to ensure we are meeting industry standards and setting new records if possible.
Cons: Long hours, hard physical labor at most times, helping the same people all the time, management seems to care less than I personally do at some times.

Cook, Restaurant in Glendale Heights:
"ITS REWARDING, AND TRIEDSON."
Pros: I AM DOING SOMETHING I LOVE TO DO. I WORK MOST OF THE TIME ALONE SO I FEEL EMPOWERED AND SOMETIME STRESSED.
Cons: THE DISTANCE I HAVE TO DRIVE IN BAD WEATHER AND I MISS OUT ON EVENTS BECAUSE OF THE HOURS I AM HERE.

Cook, Restaurant in Fort Oglethorpe:
"It is an okay place to work."
Pros: Being the cook and being a team member for Kentucky Fried Chicken.
Cons: Cleaning up the resturant because of the pressure washing the floors.

Cook, Restaurant in Bloomington:
"That because I'm an experienced cook I have to do multiple p."
Be very specific about your salary and your expectations because less money more work strictly benefits them.

Cook, Restaurant in Hildebran:
"The fact of low money paid and no overtime."

Cook, Restaurant in Burlington:
"Hard work, long hours."
Pros: My co-workers and the great food we make each day.
Cons: Long hours with no breaks, very hot, demanding job.

Cook, Restaurant in Austin:
"Get out now."
Stop, before it's too late! Save yourself and get out now!