Do Miller & Carter Steakhouse pay breaks?

No. Most people don’t get paid breaks at Miller & Carter Steakhouse.

Restaurants who pay breaks include Hard Rock Cafe, Nando’s and JD Wetherspoon.

Last updated 9 August 2022

How we know this

Based on 65 job reviews from people who work at Miller & Carter Steakhouse.

92% of people say they don’t get paid breaks.

Why this matters

A good job should have paid breaks.

You should be paid for all your time at work, whether you’re on a break or not.

Which restaurants pay breaks?

  1. Hard Rock Cafe Most people get paid breaks
    6.9
  2. Nando’s Most people get paid breaks
    6.8
  3. JD Wetherspoon Only some people get paid breaks
    6.3
  4. Itsu Most people get paid breaks
    6.0
  5. Rick Stein Restaurants Only some people get paid breaks
    5.9
  6. Brunning and Price Only some people get paid breaks
    5.8
  7. YO! Sushi Most people get paid breaks
    5.7
  8. G1 Group Most people get paid breaks
    5.6
  9. Wagamama Only some people get paid breaks
    5.5
  10. Bill’s Only some people get paid breaks
    5.4

What people are saying about sick pay at Miller & Carter Steakhouse

  • Best thing

    The strong social aspect
    The tips

    Worst thing

    Stress, so much stress
    Often not given legally mandated breaks
    Constant changing management team

    1.8

    Miller & Carter Steakhouse Employee, August 2022

  • Best thing

    Survive off fries because we dont get fed

    Worst thing

    Long unsociable hours, no breaks

    1.5

    Miller & Carter Steakhouse Employee, May 2022

  • Best thing

    Some of the people you work with.

    Worst thing

    Managers treat employees unfairly
    Half an hour unpaid work
    Give you too many shifts (against the law)
    Don’t give you enough breaks (against the law)

    1.1

    Miller & Carter Steakhouse Employee, April 2022

  • Best thing

    Tips from nice customers
    33% discount
    Flexible around uni

    Worst thing

    Unpaid breaks
    Get breaks taken off our wages when we didn’t take them
    Management are lazy
    Head office completely out of touch with realities of working in the restaurant
    Unsafe covid procedures
    Sexual harrassment which managers don’t deal with
    Long hours, sometimes over 14 in a day with only 1 hour break which you don’t always get
    Rotas usually get posted less than 2 weeks in advance, sometimes as little as 24hours in advance
    Bookings don’t reflect staff and restaurant capacity
    Stressful
    Service charge only included on parties over 8 and management has to use their key to allow it
    Little to no training
    Not allowed to drink water on the floor- not letting us breaks health and safety rules
    High staff turnover
    Expensive menu but pay staff minimum wage
    Expect you to tip out 25% of earnings
    Staff toilets disgusting and often unusable

    1.4

    Miller & Carter Steakhouse Employee, February 2022

  • Best thing

    Good pay, good tips and good hours

    Worst thing

    Don’t get sufficient breaks, put under far too much stress, never have enough staff in

    2.8

    Miller & Carter Steakhouse Waitress, March 2020