Hospitality Group behind some iconic St Kilda venues
About Van Haandel Group/Stokehouse
When Stokehouse re-opened in December 2016, it was booked up until March 2017 within 24 hours. Such is the love that Melburnians have for the seaside diner, which was founded in 1989 and destroyed by fire in January 2014.
The refit produced three distinct spaces. Paper Fish is a small fish-and-chips kiosk. Pontoon is a casual restaurant on the ground floor serving seafood and wood-fired pizzas.
Head upstairs to find Stokehouse, a refined dining room designed by Pascale Gomes-McNabb. It’s fitted with floor-to-ceiling windows all the way around, so there’ll be uninterrupted views from wherever you sit. Reservations are recommended, but there’s a 12-and-a-half-metre oval bar that’s open to walk-ins for drinks and food.
- The sky is the limit for anyone prepared to but their best foot forward and carve out a career with one of Australia’s leading hospitality groups.
- We are seeking talented professionals who enjoy delivering exceptional service, and possess the right attitude and enthusiasm to work in one of Melbourne’s most iconic restaurants.
- You will work in a kitchen of motivated, passionate professionals, and have access to an unrivalled training program and masterclasses.