The iconic Dromedary Hotel in Central Tilba is looking for a new Chef to help them continue the renaissance of this historic and popular venue.
The Kitchenboys’ residency at the Drom is coming to an end. After providing invaluable support and great food that has lifted the bar across the region for the last 6 months, Kitchenboys are now moving on to their next challenge.
This means the Dromedary Hotel is looking for a new Chef to take over their very popular kitchen from February 1st. The priority is finding a creative, enthusiastic and hard-working Chef who places a premium on making great pub food and delivering great service. While the Dromedary Hotel would prefer to lease out the kitchen and dining area as a stand-alone opportunity, they’ll also consider directly employing the right person to take control of the dining experience on their behalf.
This is an opportunity to join the new owners on what has already been an incredible journey. Since taking over the Dromedary Hotel at the end of June 2018, customers have flooded back in droves to support the pub. As well as an ever-growing crowd of regulars drawn from the local area, the newly refurbished pub is seeing increasing numbers of tourists and locals from further afield.
If you haven't been to the Dromedary Hotel for a while then you will find a recently completed total renovation of the customer bathrooms and redecorated the pub’s interior, including all new dining furniture in the restaurant. Restaurant capacity has been boosted by additional tables and chairs in the beer garden where there is a covered outdoor cooking area available for the Chef’s use and the historic barn has been brushed up for functions and events. The popular front veranda which has views over the town is still a favourite on a sunny day watching the word go by.
Interested in this opportunity. Then email firstname.lastname@example.org, call into the pub for a chat or call on 0435 956 777.
Locally known as The Drom or Tilba Pub, this beautiful historic building was built in 1895 following a gold rush in the area. Originally a coffee house, it was renamed the Dromedary Hotel in the 1940s, after the nearby Mount Dromedary - itself named by Capt. Cook due its resemblance to a camel’s hump. Today, Central Tilba sits below the majestic Gulaga and is a stunning, untouched heritage village - well worth a visit if you’re planning a trip to the area.