If you fancy being part of the expansion of one of Glasgow's most popular doughnut shops, then this may be your ideal opportunity

Despite the stressful sounding name, Tantrum Doughnuts has made its mark on Glasgow’s west end culinary scene with aplomb after moving to Old Dumbarton Road last year.


Picture: Tantrum Doughnuts Twitter

Selling handmade brioche and old fashioned doughnuts in imaginative, seasonal flavours such as Raspberry Jam, Almond Old Fashioned, Candied bacon and French toast glaze, Tiramisu and Pistachio and Hibiscus, Tantrum is an ideal place to go if you have a sweet tooth.

Tantrum Doughnut’s aim is to “make premium patisserie products more accessible to people, by using fantastic ingredients and traditional bakery techniques to give an alternative to the mainstream factory-produced doughnuts.”

In fact, the shop and cafe has become so popular that it has announced plans to open in the city centre soon, and the team are looking for new staff.

For anyone interested in working in the city centre shop, the roles – which include front of house staff and night bakers – are detailed here.

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Rosalind Erskine

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related.

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