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Ifse plays integral role in realising high end concept
The new restaurant at Garsons Garden Centre in Esher is in an octagonal glass atrium built on a steel frame. It’s a striking concept, designed to draw in the customer. In such a space, expectations will be high, so the catering has to deliver. It does – and not only in terms of customer delight: Compass Instore, which runs the catering at Garsons, expects the restaurant to turnover in excess of £1.5million per year.
Part of a £4.3million investment in Garsons’ retail areas, the restaurant has up to 450 covers – 300 inside and 150 on the outside terrace, overlooking the fields. “With the design, whilst looking ahead, we also aimed to reflect on our history, when trading at London’s Borough Market,” says Ben Thompson, director at Garsons. “This is echoed in the steelwork and timber cladding. The business’s origins are also featured pictorially on the internal low-height walls.” (More…)
First chance for Gulf region to see Falcon’s new product range
For Falcon Foodservice Gulfood is always an eagerly anticipated and extremely important event in the calendar. This year’s event is even more important as it provides the perfect platform to display the new F900 Series of equipment at a major exhibition for the first time.
The F900 Series is designed to combine form and function, providing chefs with a range of stylish, versatile and practical cooking equipment that offers flexibility, capacity and functionality to any kitchen. (More…)
Manufacturer unveils new factory, which doubles production capacity
FRIMA’s first Partner Convention attracted over 100 distributors, planners and consultants to the company’s head office in Wittenheim, France. No less than 24 of them came from the UK and Ireland, representing 19 different business partners.
“Of course this was a great opportunity to show our partners our new factory and give them some details about FRIMA’s new product developments,” says Graham Kille, managing director of FRIMA UK. “However, another key driver was to get us all together to network and exchange ideas.
“We are extremely grateful to all those who accepted our invitation, the more so as they gave up two days of their valuable time for us. We’ve had great feedback, and I know they felt the convention was well worth the investment.” (More…)
FEM’s new Sirman Vesuvio double deck pizza ovens – double-delivers on taste, reliability and performance!
Freshly produced pizzas are extremely popular and are one of the catering industries must-offer money spinners. Stone-baked electric pizza ovens allow caterers to produce pizzas with the aroma and taste closest to a traditional pizzeria.
To keep up with the popularity of freshly produced pizzas, FEM has launched the new Sirman Double Deck Vesuvio 2C electric pizza ovens. The ovens feature a stone baking deck for that traditional pizza texture and robust stainless steel construction making the ovens durable and hardwearing. The double decks make the Vesuvio 2C ideal for sites specialising in pizzas. (More…)
Kinky and Robbo’s Big Adventure: duo aim to raise £10,000 for charity on the road to Machu Pichu
Two captains of the catering equipment industry are putting fine dining and five star hotels behind them as they train for a gruelling five day trek across Peru to raise money for Springboard. Stephen ‘Kinky’ Kinkead and Glenn ‘Robbo’ Roberts, managing directors of Winterhalter UK and Gram UK respectively, aim to raise at least £10,000 for Springboard in its work to help disadvantaged people by finding them employment in the hospitality industry.
Camping under the stars along the way, the intrepid trekkers will follow ancient trails leading to the ruins of Machu Pichu, testing their endurance to the limit. However, the fun doesn’t stop there: the two will end up at a remote village where they’ll spend three days installing solar panels, to bring sustainable energy to the local school, and attempting to teach computer skills and give English lessons. (More…)