Fun culture but the worst management and no training
Chef/Cook (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 16 June 2018
unique culture but terrible management especially upper management. Upper managers seem not to have restaurant experience. Mid-managers are just ok. No training since I started, I had to learn by myself however, surprisingly no one is able to train anyone. The operations manager never greet to employees, doesn't know what to sell. He seems a new to restaurant industry. no rules, no training, no respect for employees so many firing, walks out . This is the worst work environment ever
Dishwasher (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 October 2017
Everyone who worked there was nice, but it's a very busy restaurant and often understaffed (though the managers didn't realize it). Not great for someone who's just starting out, but I'm sure if you have a lot of experience it would be better for you.
Crepe Chef (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 2 March 2017
I started out working at their location on Commercial drive when it was running. There, I had professional and fun training that prepared me for the patrons yet to come. A tight-knit group, we all shared duties which made it feel more like home.
It always smelled so great coming home from work, I loved it. Would definitely work and eat here again!
Server, Barista (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 November 2013
I work during the days normally, opening and enjoy getting to know and serve regular customers everyday. At Cafe Crepe, I was able to perform a variety of roles at the same time, server and barista. Performing both roles at the same time demands multi tasking and thinking ahead in order to provide the best customer service and supreme efficiency in order to manage the entire restaurant including take out orders and drink service.
I work with a great team of people who are efficient and create a fun and exciting work environment. Management are great, very understanding and aways available to dive in and get their hands dirty to help out with busy rushes.