Don't worry about your dress code too much, because during the interview you will be made to wear a Burger King burger outfit and you must dance for 45 minutes straight or you will fail the interview.
Answered - Kitchen Assistant (Former Employee) - Wakefield, West Yorkshire
Shirt and trousers
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Bletchley
Black trousers smart top
Answered - Kitchen Staff (Former Employee) - Letchworth, Hertfordshire
The key to dressing for the interview is to look at the established business's dress code and dress accordingly. Burger King for example, black trousers, black shoes; they wear polo shirts with the company logo, so wear something smart/casual, maybe black to suit the uniform already in use. Dress to impress, but don't overdo or underdo it. There is a fine line and first impressions count.
Answered - Crew member (Former Employee) - Plymouth
Answered - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Sandiacre, Nottinghamshire
Turn up. Look smartish. Answer the questions confidently
Answered - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Redditch
Dress smart casual
Answered - Crew Member (Current Employee) - Fontwell