Uniform guide

Below you will find our guide to uniforms for both catering staff and chefs.

Uniform guide for catering staff

Dress code – Male

  • Smart black trousers
  • Clean white long sleeved shirt – No logos
  • Black socks
  • Polished black shoes – Fully enclosed – No open toes or trainer type shoes.
  • Black tie or Waistcoat (optional)

Dress code – Female

  • Smart black trousers or Smart black knee length skirt
  • Clean white long sleeved shirt – No logos
  • Black socks or black tights
  • Polished black shoes – Fully enclosed – No open toes or trainer type shoes.
  • Black tie or Waistcoat (optional)
  • Undergarments should not be visible through fabric

Hair

  • Long hair should be tied back
  • No dramatic colours

Nails

  • Nail varnish should be natural/clear

Make-Up/Appearance

  • Female – Make-up should be minimal – No bright coloured lipsticks
  • Male – staff to be cleaned shaven or have a well-groomed beard – No stubble

Jewellery/Tattoos

  • Only wedding bands or small stud earrings
  • No visible body piercings or visible tattoos – Tattoos on show need to be covered
  • No charity wristbands
  • Plain small wrist watches – No bright colours

Uniform guide for chefs

Dress code

  • Chef trousers checked trousers are ok
  • White Chef jacket
  • White apron
  • Chef hat (optional)
  • Shoes must be enclosed, waterproof and flat with a good grip
  • All of the above must be clean, smart and well kept
  • Chefs knives may be required

Hair

  • Long hair should be tied back

Nails

  • Nail varnish should be natural/clear

Make-Up/Appearance

  • Female – Make-up should be minimal – No bright coloured lipsticks
  • Male – staff to be cleaned shaven or have a well-groomed beard – No stubble

Jewellery/Tattoos

  • Only wedding bands or small stud earrings
  • No visible body piercings or visible tattoos – Tattoos on show need to be covered
  • No charity wristbands
  • Plain small wrist watches – No bright colours