There’s a plethora of job interview advice articles on the web, but not many of them are geared directly toward food service, or specifically chefs. This post at Shiftgig has some great advice on how to interview for a chef position.
Being prepared is very important, and that means bringing in printed copies of your resume and leaving your kitchen clothes in the car just in case they have you cook. Dress nicely and present yourself professionally.
It’s not necessary to bring photos of dishes you’ve cooked unless you’ve been asked to provide examples. Also, don’t say anything bad about any other cooks or restaurants you’ve worked for in the past – it reflects poorly on you.
For these and more tips, read the full article here: How to Prepare for a Chef Interview