Cosy Club
Happiness score is 52 out of 100
3.4 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £730k to £4m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
  • Headquarters
  • Link
    Cosy Club website
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Food Preparation & Service

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Food Preparation & Service

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Rating is calculated based on 105 reviews and is evolving.



Chef in Guildford, Surrey
on 15 June 2022
Busy but short staffed alot
Pros cooking mostly from scratch some sauce and most dishes made in house ,it can go from quiet to crazy busy in 30mins , not very supportive, good food we serve in timely manner , very attention to detail ,long hours and often short staffed high pressure environment high volume cooking with a range dishes , kitchen is spilt in two 5 zones , small plates/fryers,deserts and prep and allergy zone which is fairly fast pasted,does need to be finish to very high standard and prefect . Mains/ breakfast which is oven and stoves you sometimes need to be an octopus as very faced paced , you have burger corner/salads/breakfast and burger friers alot preparation done outside service if and when possible which can be high volumegotta be quick and accurate, there someone on the pass doing final build and finishing touches there the key point with front of house ,then kp zone which does some basic prep and potash they encourage kp to learn new skills when service allows, menus changes twice a year ,but we can be running multiple menus two or three different party menus which can be anything from canapés to double size small plate dishes and party's can design there own depend on party size,they have high expectations you have to keep standards high
Waitress Supervisor in Lincoln
on 8 September 2022
Beautiful place
Absolutely Love the place , absolutely love people, everything and everyone is perfect! Great career progress! Can't wait for more to come! I can't recommend enough!
FOH Staff in Plymouth, Devon
on 23 July 2022
You will be expected to basically do everything from sitting guests and having a section because the company is too focused on earning money that they cut staff to the point where you're basically running the place on your own. Don't expect any help from most of the managers bar one or two. The rest spend their time either sat around doing nothing, going home early because they feel like it, or turning up late. One of them is basically never around and books every weekend off when you would think they should be there the most considering the position that they are in. You'll be talked/moaned about by managers for the smallest of things that inconvenience them to other members of the team. If a manager has an issue with you they will not talk to you about it and instead will give you 0 hours so you're forced to find a new job or treat you so poorly you want to quit. Unless you suck up to them to become a favourite there is no respect. It is like being in a school playground full of bullies. There is a serious lack of communication and indecent behaviour that it is the most toxic place that I have ever worked in. It grossly impacted my mental health and I will never work in hospitality again. Loungers as a company has some good ideas about how to treat staff all while running a successful business however, you do not have the correct management to implement this. It is a shame as it does have the potential to be a great place to work.
Bartender in Plymouth
on 8 July 2022
The worst place I've ever worked
If you care about the industry and providing a good product, you should avoid loungers at all costs. It's just a fancier skinned weatherspoons.. cocktails are terrible, no training was given, the Plymouth site is terribly laid out with very little care for staff wellbeing
Waitress in Guildford, Surrey
on 15 May 2022
Poor management and stressful environment
Busy nights could be overwhelming and could always be understaffed, managers are not supportive to the team. Staff food is also not guaranteed during your shift, and the food you get is awful

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

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They asked about my hobbies, what I study, mostly getting to know me as a person. It was a very relaxed interview where we sat down and basically chit chatted.

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