Every day for me is different, some days I am in the kitchen prepping and trying out new recipes, making and delivering cakes. On the days that I work in the trailer, I get there a few hours before I'm due to open, so generally around 8 or 9am. I...
Fortunately there is no such thing as a typical day at work in the hospitality industry! It is a vibrant place to work and you can’t forecast what will happen from one hour to the next! What do you think are the three most important skills to succeed in your...
There is no typical day! My weeks and months follow a format that are influenced by the seasons, so this routine doesn’t change with menus and marketing generally being prepared six months in advance. However, every day can be different with challenges sent to test me regularly varying from anything...
My working day starts at 6.00am. No two days are the same as we are always experimenting with new ideas as well as producing our very popular house made staples. Our customers love our freshly baked sourdough, banana bread, brownies, and pastries to name but a few! Ok -...
That’s an interesting question! I love every day, mostly because they are so varied and fly by. On a given day, you will find me speaking to as many of my staff as I can, finding out – proactively – what going on in their day/week and making sure...
A typical day starts at 10.00am in the morning. Checking for any post and any emails we have received, looking at the rota to see what cleaning duties need to be done that day, making sure the bar is ready for when customers arrive, getting the till from the...
I never stop picking up lessons from each day – one of my favourite sayings is ‘every day is a school day’. I’m also quite dyslexic which can be challenging at times when dealing with the business side of things but makes me more determined to succeed.