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A whole new kitchen for Restaurant 2018

4 September 2018

Falcon’s to showcase range of new prime cooking products Falcon will be showing a number of new products on their stand at Restaurant 2018, for both their Dominator Plus and F900 ranges.  The company will also show the latest Lainox combi ovens, which have been upgraded for 2018. Certain to create a sizzle with visitors is the new F900 twin pan fryer.  It combines the high performance restaurateurs expect from Falcon with an eye-catching, attractive design that makes it equally...

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Reload to the mode: Lainox launches new Naboo

7 June 2018

Advanced combination oven upgrades increase productivity and make controls even simpler What do chefs want from their combination oven? They want them to be easy to use.  And they want them to cook more food, provided it doesn’t compromise quality.  Lainox has launched an upgraded version of the Naboo combination oven that delivers on both counts.  The Lainox range is distributed in the UK by Falcon Foodservice Equipment. The ‘reloaded’ Naboo looks much the same on the outside – which...

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New Naboo: reloaded combi takes centre stage at LACA

16 May 2018

Falcon shows off latest Lainox combi steamer Stand M25, The LACA Main Event, 11th-13th July 2018, the Hilton Birmingham Metropole  Combi steamers are increasingly a ‘must have’ in school kitchens.  Their ease of use, speed and flexibility are well suited to the menu variety and short meal service time frame of most schools.  Lainox’s new Naboo, reloaded for 2018, takes the flexibility and ease of use of combi technology to a new level.  The Lainox range is distributed in the...

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Two-in-one combi oven: Lainox’s innovative and elegant 171

10 April 2018

User-friendly, space-saving combi combines a seven grid and a ten grid in one body Two combis are better than one, and many kitchens save space by stacking one on top of the other.  It gives the flexibility of two units in the footprint of one.  The drawback is that the upper shelves of the top unit can be hard to reach, which may compromise safety.  Meanwhile the control panel of the lower one can be awkward to operate.  Plus, being...

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The Devonshire Dome’s multifunctional kitchen – built around Falcon

19 March 2018

Iconic venue turns ‘difficult environment’ into training, event and fine dining kitchen The Devonshire Dome is one of Buxton’s most iconic buildings.  The vast space is the biggest unsupported dome in Europe and was built in 1779 by the fifth Duke of Devonshire.  Its original purpose was as a grand stable block and later it was converted into a hospital. It is now part of the University of Derby, housing the Buxton Campus. The students here study culinary arts, as...

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