We train our people to make the most of fresh ingredients

We love this business

We rely on our teams to create the ultimate dining experience for our customers. We know that investing in training and development means we can be confident our teams have the skills to deliver great food and memorable hospitality experiences.
We buy fresh, local, seasonal produce not just because we believe it tastes better, but because it has a big environmental impact, from reducing food miles, to huge social benefits supporting local suppliers and businesses.


We support 1500 local businesses sourcing the best ingredients closest to our kitchens


We offer great careers through our award-winning training programmes


Our de-centralised supply chain drastically reduces our carbon footprint

Sourcing sustainably

We work closely with local suppliers, finding partners who care as much as we do about their produce and livestock. Sourcing fresh ingredients local to our kitchens reduces our food mileage and gives our chefs the freedom to work closely with our suppliers to plan menus that are fresh, tasty and keep our customers happy.

We care about serving our customers sustainable provenance with ethical welfare standards. That’s why we are proud to be part of food accreditation schemes.

Rewarding careers

We know great service comes from well trained, confident people, which is why we offer over 500 courses across our business from NVQ qualifications to our award-winning Chef Academy.

If you think you’ve got the right ingredients, join our team and start your journey with us.


People make the difference

Our Academies and development journeys support our people as they build their careers with us. We give them the skills to provide the best service and hospitality and we support them as they grow with us.

We’re proud of our people too – find out about some of our teams’ best memories and how hard they’ve worked to achieve their goals.

Haris Lodhi

Haris Lodhi

I recently visited Pairc Ui Chaoimh, our site in Ireland where I got the chance to watch Ed Sheeran and Westlife!
Lucy Ager

Lucy Ager

Most recently I have been promoted to accounts manager, overseeing five locations within London.
Penny Macgowan

Penny Macgowan

I love the variety my role offers and how it enables me to work with a whole host of fantastic foodies.
Tabitha Kirby

Tabitha Kirby

I started my career as a waitress and now I'm an account manager at BaxterStorey's flagship site in Shoreditch.

Ryan Percopo

In 2022, I was awarded an Acorn, a massive personal achievement!
Ben Sewell

Ben Sewell

Since working with BaxterStorey, I've gone from a CDP to a chef manager and I can honestly say I love my job.

Coffee with a purpose

We are passionate about coffee, but we don’t just talk about how much we love it – we make great coffee too. We partnered with Extract Coffee Roasters, who roast our in-house brands, Society and Down To Earth.
Food EQ

The chefs driving a food revolution

Five of our Chef Academy apprentices introduced ‘Food EQ’, which has revolutionised the way BaxterStorey approach sustainable food. Sparking a transformation to the way we source, cook, plate our dishes and prepare our menus, we are making grains and vegetables the stars of the plate.