This topic might have a better name.

This article should be renamed Waiter or Waiting staff, and cover this topic from a more gender-neutral perspective. Gender has no bearing on waiting tables, so there's no sense in separate pages.

Talk about it here.


Rose Tyler serving champagne to guests. (TV: Rise of the Cybermen)

Waitresses were female workers who took orders for food and served them in various establishments.

Named waitresses[]

Anna was a waitress in Worthing, England. (AUDIO: Running Out of Time)

Astrid Peth was a waitress from the planet Sto. Seeking a chance to see more of the universe, she got a job onboard the Titanic where she met the Tenth Doctor. (TV: Voyage of the Damned)

Ace was working as a waitress on Iceworld when she met the Seventh Doctor. (TV: Dragonfire, PROSE: Cat's Cradle: Witch Mark) She briefly worked as a waitress again in London. (AUDIO: Police and Shreeves)

Cassie Schofield was a waitress in London who befriended Dr Evelyn Smythe. (AUDIO: Project: Twilight)

Cassie Rice was a waitress at a New Mexican diner. (TV: Dreamland)

Doris Lethbridge-Stewart was a waitress at the Royal Albion Hotel prior to marrying her husband. (PROSE: A Wee Deoch an ...?)

Jen was a waitress at Happy Cook. (TV: Random Shoes)

Unnamed waitresses[]

A waitress was controlled by Rosemary Kizlet whilst talking to the Eleventh Doctor. (TV: The Bells of Saint John)

While visiting France in the 19th century, the Eleventh Doctor asked a waitress about Vincent van Gogh. She told him that van Gogh was "mad, drunk and never paid the bills". (TV: Vincent and the Doctor)

People who pretended to be waitresses[]

Rose Tyler disguised herself as a waitress on an alternative Earth so that she could investigate Peter Tyler. (TV: Rise of the Cybermen)

Peri Brown once pretended to be a waitress in an alien restaurant. (AUDIO: Urban Myths)