We are looking to add experienced servers to our opening team at Atai Bistro in the Junction. Wine/sprit knowledge preferred. Must be comfortable working in a fast paced detail oriented environment.
ATAI, a word rooted in tradition, experiences and hospitality, has two meanings. The first originates in Morocco and is representative of the treasured tea culture, and the second means “moments” in Hebrew. When we merge the two connotations, we arrive at a restaurant experience that is both hospitable and memorable.
The Moroccan tea culture is a tradition that pleasantly signifies the end of each meal. It is a beverage of hospitality, served to welcome guests and to enjoy with family and friends any time of day.
ATAI bistro draws its inspiration from a philosophy of ‘coming together’. We have taken the notion of togetherness so prevalent in the Moroccan tea culture and have sprinkled it around every part of ATAI bistro. From our food to our space to our patron-centred service, we encourage you to spend time with those you love.
When we share food, eating goes from an essential act to a special experience. Naturally, in the company of others, our food is not only more flavourful, but we also eat and feel happy, allowing ourselves to pause and connect with the setting and the people around us. This is the experience we create at ATAI.
Come. Spend time. Share ingredients, foods, meals and moments together.
With good friends, and good food on the board, we may well ask, when shall we live if not now?”
— M.F.K. FISHER, THE ART OF EATING