Signature Living Set to Open Cunard Building Restaurant

This month, we announced some exciting news regarding our next Liverpool venture!

At Signature Living, we’re set to transform the ground floor of Liverpool’s iconic Cunard Building.

Ready to take the hospitality world by storm, our culinary vision will bring the city a new, high-end dining experience.

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Working at Signature Living

Signature Living is one of Liverpool’s most successful and exciting companies, continually growing and expanding across the UK.

Our current development projects are set to bring the Signature brand to leading cities including Belfast and Manchester.

And though we have our sights set on growing a worldwide presence, Liverpool is first and foremost where it all began.

Renowned for creating a wide range of jobs in the city, our fields of employment range from hospitality and marketing to construction.

The Upcoming Restaurant

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In the heart of Liverpool city centre, the Cunard Building is the perfect location for a luxury restaurant and events venue.

With the hope to open the ground floor doors in Spring 2018, it’s definitely the time to start getting excited!

This is set to be a fantastic opportunity to work within one of Liverpool’s most historic buildings.

Situated along the Pier Head, there’s no doubt that the restaurant will attract locals in search of something special and visitors from around the globe.

While we have already started recruiting for our main kitchen roles, we’ll soon be in need of a helping hand from a talented team.

With restaurants including Carpathia Champagne Bar & Restaurant and The Bastion Bar & Restaurant, at Signature Living we really know our stuff.

Our wealth of experience means that you can guarantee working for a fantastic team with plenty of perks to the job!

So it’s well worth taking a regular look at our Hospitality page for the latest job vacancies.

A One of a Kind Venue

The Grade II* listed Cunard Building boasts a fascinating maritime history, originally standing as the headquarters of the Cunard Steamship Company.

Neighbouring the Royal Liver Building, the opulent venue was designed by architects William Edward Willink and Philip Coldwell Thicknesse.

It was constructed between 1914 and 1917, and has played an integral role in the city ever since.

Inspired by Renaissance Italy’s grand palaces, we can’t think of many more spectacular buildings to work in, especially with such a view!

Top Chef Ernst Van Zyl

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We couldn’t be more excited to begin working with Ernst Van Zyl, who we’ve appointed as Executive Chef at the Cunard.

Ernst is set to wow our visitors from start to finish with his truly impeccable dishes and extensive experience.

With a number of AA rosettes and some of the biggest names in the business under his belt, it was only natural that Ernst should take centre stage.

If you’re looking elevate your career within the hospitality business, this is a truly unmissable chance to work the very best.

Come Along this Christmas

In the meantime, why not join us at the Cunard this Christmas?

From From 27th November – 24th December, we’ll be transforming this enchanting building into the most festive winter wonderland.

Santa Claus himself along with his trusty team of helpers will be throwing Christmas parties throughout the winter season.

Party guests will have the chance to enjoy everything from meeting Santa and the Elves to visiting our Reindeer Ranch.

The yuletide celebrations will kick off with a family friendly Christmas disco, plenty of festive food and drink, Christmas classics and even a Pier Head land train.

Set to bring a sprinkle of magic to the Liverpool waterfront, Santa’s Christmas Party is the ultimate Christmas experience.

Perfect for the whole family, come along and get a feel for the Cunard for yourself.

Book your tickets here to become a lucky party guest!

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