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I am going to have to say any chef that loves his job will be more than happy to take a someone under their wing and teach them what he knows. A even if all u do is prep work you are still in the kitchen getting experience and learning. The longer you are there then the more you will learn and who knows maybe they will let you mark off some meat on the line before service hours.

Now about pay i had to work for 3 months without pay just to prove to the kitchen staff that this is something that i am serious about and when they started paying me it was peanuts, but that is still better than nothing. Also the experience will more than pay for itself in the long run.



Good Luck, and make sure you have FUN. Every night should be serious but it should also be a party.
 
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