Display kitchens add a sense of excitement and theater to restaurants. When building a display kitchen, it’s important to keep service in mind to ensure those customer-facing areas continue to run smoothly.
Ever wonder what lurks behind the shadows that could keep your commercial kitchen from running as smoothly as possible? It may not just be limited to the equipment…it could be a number of things that you haven’t even considered. Here is a list of random, yet important things to check on when you walk through your commercial kitchen.
Halton opened a production facility in the Lingang area of Shanghai, China. In this new location Halton will manufacture its line of hoods for commercial kitchens, ventilated ceilings and pollution control systems.
Steam jacketed kettles fill the role of a giant stock pot on a burner but are a bit more complicated and hence require a bit more effort to maintain.
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Drop-in wells can keep food either hot or cold, depending on the unit. To make an informed purchasing decision about these products, though, foodservice operators must weigh a variety of considerations.