Posted 11 days ago
New Restaurant Opening Career Fair – Yorkville
Hana is the new luxury concept by the innovative Aburi Restaurants Canada, creators of Miku Toronto and TORA. Opening in Toronto this winter, Hana will bring an unprecedented Japanese fine dining experience to the city. Inspired by Kyo-Kaiseki (Kyoto-style Kaiseki), Chef Ryusuke Nakagawa approaches food as an art form, using skillful Aburi techniques to balance the flavour, texture, and presentation of each dish. With its exclusive Yorkville address and intimate private dining options, HANA is soon to become Toronto's top destination for unforgettable Omakase cuisine.
Date: Sunday, Nov 24th and Monday, Nov 25th
Time: 11AM – 4PM
Hiring Fair Location: Miku Restaurant - #105 – 10 Bay St
Here’s what we are looking for:
*Hiring the following positions
*Full time open availability is preferred
• Server (3+ minimum years of experience)
• Assistant Server
• Guest Services
• Please bring a copy of your resume
What to wear
• Dress code is casual or business causal (please be presentable)
What to bring
• A copy of your resume
How to get to the event
• Miku is located in the RBC Waterpark place
To work with Aburi Restaurants is like joining a family. With the company philosophy Ningenmi, respect and trust are a staple in our work place, making it the ideal place to work.
Seigo Nakamura, owner of the Tora Corporation in Japan, is the visionary behind Aburi Restaurants Canada. His unique concepts and business strategies have led to the creation of Aburi style cuisine and the Ningenmi philosophy. A trendsetter in all aspects, Seigo is never happy with settling for the norm.
His new twist on Aburi cuisine was created over a decade ago, by fusing the idea of traditional Japanese flame-searing with the decadent and creamy sauces of French cuisine. Seigo’s vision for a new restaurant concept did not include using soy or wasabi in an abundance. With a new cuisine in mind, he set out to introduce Ningenmi and the idea of Omotenashi (traditional Japanese service) in the western world.
Ningenmi is a philosophy that has he always tried to uphold in his everyday life, and felt it was something that could be achieved in business practice. The idea was to share the success of the companies that he owned, with the people that ran them.
With three Vancouver restaurants under his wing (Miku, Minami, and Gyoza Bar), Seigo has set his sights on the East Coast as his next big expansion. His multi-brand strategy will bring to light several restaurants featuring Aburi cuisine on the East Coast. Thinking locally but acting globally, he aims to create a truly international brand. With Seigo’s vision, passion, and keen eye for business, Aburi Restaurants Canada can expect great things on the horizon.
Date Available: November 24th, 2019
Other Positions: Busser / Server Assistant, Host(ess)
Requirements: , Work Permit Necessary
Contact Name: Hana Hiring Team