Typically, the kitchen in your restaurant caters for exponentially higher numbers of people than, say, the kitchen in your home would. The better care you take of the equipment in your commercial kitchen, the longer it’s likely to serve you.
Preparing the design for your commercial kitchen is important in supporting your efforts to achieve practicality and good organisation at the busiest times in your restaurant. While retaining its effort to remain functional, it needs to also be designed to
So, you’ve decided to take the plunge and start that bakery you’ve always dreamed of. Congratulations on your brave choice! Now the hard but rewarding work begins. Once you’ve prepared your business plan, financed your business, and secured your property,
Thanks to cooking television shows and dedicated cooking channels, there is an increase in foodie fanatics. More and more people are dining out and trying new flavours. Exploring new restaurants, dishes and cuisines are all on the list for real
School Canteens and Tuckshops – 5 Key Things you need to consider before undertaking a school canteen project to ensure you’re running an efficient kitchen. It can be somewhat daunting to undertake the establishment of a school canteen or the
What is commonly known as the ‘6P Military Rule’ can certainly be applied to anyone in charge of operating an efficient and profitable commercial kitchen. ‘Proper Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance’ Whether you are planning to fit-out a new commercial
Whether you are planning a commercial kitchen refit or setting up a new catering facility, one of the biggest expenses is purchasing the right catering equipment and supplies. Understanding exactly what you need and selecting the right food preparation equipment