A good kitchen design means quicker service, better preparations, and ease of operation for chefs and kitchen workers. It is a prerequisite that you invest sufficient resources and time in designing your restaurant kitchen; make it so thoughtfully that it inspires your chefs to cook great food every time they go in!
Hiring a good architect and shop fitter for building or re-designing your commercial kitchen is crucial; for, even the fanciest equipment cannot make up for design flaws in case there are any. We give you a checklist of some essential design elements that may serve you well.
1) Keep Your Kitchen Sufficiently Spacious
Every seat your restaurant serves ideally demands five square feet of space in the kitchen. This fulfills the requirement for swift service even on days with the highest amount of traffic in the eatery. So if you restaurant serves 40 people at once, you will need to leave aside about 200 square feet of kitchen space.
2) Strictly Follow The Guidelines Laid by the Health Departments for Commercial Kitchens
The Australian health department lays down some guidelines for commercial kitchens. They are meant to ensure food hygiene standards for commercial places. We strongly …