Restaurant Managers all over the UK are invited to compete in this prestigious competition to become the UK Restaurant Manager of the Year 2015.
The competition has been run by the Academy of Food & Wine Service
for seven years and acknowledges and rewards the best in the food service industry – whether small individual boutique establishments, popular fine-dining sites, gastro pubs or high street dining operations, restaurants in hotels as well as those run by contract caterers.Anyone who fulfils the role of a Restaurant Manager is welcome to enter. Your job title doesn’t have to be “Restaurant Manager” but you should be undertaking the typical work and activities associated with the role: responsibility for the business performance, managing people, staff training and coordinating the entire operation of the restaurant.
Alper Zan of Café Rouge, Cheshire Oaks, is the current UK Restaurant Manager of the Year
“I feel very proud, responsible and relieved – I’m so pleased to have won,” he said on receiving his award.
Alper not only took home the title and trophy but won a week long course to the Lausanne Business School in Switzerland. Studying a course that would help his career progress is just one of the fantastic reasons to enter.
It does not matter where you work but how you work, the competition has gives candidates confidence, new skills and amazing mentors along the way.
This competition is open to all restaurant managers no matter what the sector, it is challenging but rewarding experience and once in a lifetime opportunity.