• Commercial Kitchen

    When it comes to designing, planning and engineering an operationally sound commercial kitchen, it’s important to understand the intricate costs and considerations involved. Whether opening a new restaurant or just remodeling, there are several ways to help you save and have a more efficient kitchen.

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    Equipment Purchasing and Installation
    A tendency by some customers is to immediately go for the ‘least’ expensive equipment, but there are multiple decisions to pursue before selecting a particular item.

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    Components of a Commercial Kitchen

    Most people hear "commercial kitchen" and think of ranges, grills, fryers, and maybe a frantic, angry chef yelling out orders. That may be the case, but the true commercial kitchen is much more than just the equipment or personnel found in it. A successful kitchen includes specific components organized in a particular pattern to optimize performance and efficiency. Those components are:

     

    Cleaning/washing
    Storage
    Food Preparation
    Meal Cooking
    Service

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