Most University students have waited tables at some point. They think it’s an easy job where they can earn some extra cash, either to help finance studies or for other essentials like beer. They soon find out that serving the public is not for sissies.
AFTER 11 successful years of training bright young chefs in Cape Town, the South African Chefs Academy is set to open the doors to a new branch in Johannesburg. Owner and renowned chef Paul Hartmann started the academy in 2004 with 21 full-time students and five staff members. Since that time over 750 chefs have been trained to work in top restaurants and food establishments all over the country and abroad.
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