Tell us about your past work experience?
- The experience that will put you ahead of the competition includes cooking, teamwork, and places that you worked under pressure.
Why do you want to be a line cook?
- Say you enjoy the challenge of working under pressure.
- Say you are interested in food in general and would like to improve your cooking skills.
- Say you enjoy working in a team environment.
Why should we hire you?
Have a second read of the job description and find key skills they are looking for and match those skills to your own. Here are the skills I found in the job description
- A strong team player (skill required: teamwork).
- A good communicator (skill required: communication).
- Organized with great attention to details (skill required: attention for details).
Possible answers to this question are
- I work well as an individual, but I am a strong team player.
- I have excellent communication skills which will help in the kitchen.
- I am organized and pay great attention to detail.
How do you deal with criticism?
- Say you feel you deal with it well. You also understand how important it is to learn from your mistakes.
What are your salary requirements?
- You can always flip the question and ask what is the range.
- Note it is often believed you shouldn’t talk about salary until the end of the interview as it gives you more negotiation power.
Questions to ask on a Red Robin Line Cook Interview?
- What type of advancement can top performing line cooks receive?
- What are characteristics of great line cooks?
- What type of training will I receive?
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