Yes,work permit is the issue ,however, that well established company could get it i believe.
Regarding UK as you have mentioned there are lot of restaurants and also lot of chefs already settled in UK,so most of the restaurant hire chefs form UK itself and not willing to sponsor for new chefs to cut down the cost.
there was an indian restaurant in dalmatia for two years. but it closed down before the recession. Many foreign visitors like Indian food, but the Croats generally do not. (Croats are very proud of their own cuisine). Unfortunately, i don't think there is a good business case for opening an indian restaurant in Croatia, so i do not think you will find a sponsor.
Also, it would be very difficult for a company to get a visa for you, I fear.
Could you try the UK, as January suggests, or what about somewhere like Vienna?
Post by totalcroatia on Mar 19, 2012 6:58:31 GMT 1
Would you consider Sarajevo? There is an American living there, very wealthy, who was looking at opening an Indian if he could find a chef, as he loves Indian. That was a few months ago, but I could put you in touch if you are interested.
Post by aliceuberalles on Apr 29, 2012 19:12:29 GMT 1
An Indian restaurant in Dalmatia would be a sure way to lose money. I've had Indian food in Zagreb and it was very good (the chef was Indian). I also had Indian takeaway in Sarajevo and it was excellent!