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Williams’ good looking, hard-wearing counters fit the bill at two Michelin star restaurant
You don’t make major changes to a two Michelin star kitchen without good reason, and certainly not without ensuring you have the best expertise at hand. So when chef owner James Close decided to install a new kitchen and expand the Raby Hunt restaurant from 25 to 35 covers, he called in Crosbys, the kitchen specialist based in Newcastle upon Tyne. And when Crosbys specified the refrigeration, they called in Williams – because its models offered the combination of looks and muscle-power the restaurant required.
The Raby Hunt is in the tiny village of Summerhouse, near Darlington. James Close is known for simple, stunning and visually exciting food. The new kitchen is on view to diners so they can get a sense of the theatre of a two-star kitchen in full swing. (More…)
Latest warewashers deliver hi-line features for a mid-budget price
Stand 2250, Hotelympia 2018, London ExCel, 5-8 March
The latest Comenda glasswasher uses advanced technologies to deliver sparkling results – yet is competitively priced to appeal to the widest possible market. Hubbard will launch the new product, model number HB35, on stand 2250 at Hotelympia. The company will also show a selection of Comenda’s other new lines, including undercounter and passthrough warewashers. (More…)
Winterhalter’s new warewasher payment model lets pub use state of the art equipment
The Butchers Arms in the Suffolk market town of Beccles is a proper, old-school pub. 100% wet-led, it has a loyal core of regular customers. “Horrible people,” jokes landlord Ian Willis. “They deserve the best – they got me instead!”
The clientele of the Butchers is mostly male, says Ian, young, middle-aged and older. “Despite this, we like to keep things clean and tidy.” With a selection of real ales and wine, Ian knows the importance of clean glasses – his customers are a discerning bunch. “If you hand over a drink in a glass that’s not in tip-top condition, you’ll hear all about it. We need to make sure it’s right first time.” (More…)
Parsley in Time expands its range of sustainable, ‘suck-proof’, straws
Parsley in Time has expanded its selection of paper straws. Its new Monochrome range features a choice of straws, available in stylish black and white colourways. They can be purchased in both 200mm (8”) and 114mm (4.5”) lengths, with a manufacturer’s regulation bore of 6mm, giving customers more choice for high quality, environmentally friendly alternatives to plastic straws. (More…)
CESA arranges pre-show seminar to ensure food demonstrators know latest advice
The seminar will be run by Julian Edwards, director of foodservice consultancy GY5, who specialises in allergen awareness and compliance for food and drink businesses. It will bring attendees up to speed with the latest advice on allergen safety. After the event Edwards will be available to answer questions. (More…)