Michelin Star Restaurant Rolls Out Four Day Working Week
Edinburgh’s Michelin star restaurant with rooms, 21212, on Royal Terrace, is introducing a four-day working week for its 20 strong team from November.
Co-owner and chef, Paul Kitching, said, “This is a tough industry and we thrive on the energy and passion behind our chefs. We are about constant innovation and re-invention of dishes and the creativity needed for this is incredibly important. We believe that by reducing our days that this creativity will grow and we will be able to push our menu and dishes to another level. I am really looking forward to the future and to see how this change is going to see our restaurant flourish further.”
He continued, “This change comes at a brilliant time for us as we have just received our Michelin star for the ninth consecutive year. Reducing our days to four is by no means a way of scaling back, but a way for us to improve and grow further as we reach our tenth year on the Royal Terrace. Our rooms will remain open seven days a week so 3 Royal Terrace will continue to be busy welcoming guests throughout the week.”