The ancient Roman god Janus had two faces. Among other things, Janus was the god of duality. You may ask what this has to do with chinaware. Well, quite a lot actually. Read on.
Just like Janus, chinaware really does have two very distinct faces, both of which provide your restaurant business with significant benefits.
On the one face is the chinaware that your customers see. Your selection of chinaware can set the tone for your establishment as it reflects the personality you are attempting to convey. Also, how a chef is able to take advantage of certain characteristics of chinaware in the presentation of food can transform the everyday into something with tremendous visual appeal. Finally, the presentation and personality contribute to, if not define, the overall customer experience. Quite an accomplishment for a few plates and saucers.
The other face worthy of consideration is the one your customers never see. This is the one that faces the kitchen itself and makes a big difference to how a successful restaurant business operates. Consider the always important issue of hygiene. 100% vitrified chinaware dramatically reduces the risk of bacteria by controlling crazing and cracking. Then there is the question of taking best advantage of storage space. The better the chinaware stacks the more efficient use can be made of the available space. There is also longevity to take into account. The more durable and long-lasting a piece is, the less frequently it will require expensive replacement. In selecting chinaware, care should be taken to ensure that it can handle ovens, dishwashers, microwaves and day-to-day handling.
So, as you can see, chinaware is definitely two-faced but only in the best possible way.
At NRSCO, we offer a great range of chinaware products from manufacturers that include:
Dudson Fine China
Villeroy and Boch
Give us a call today to learn more about the chinaware that is just right for your business.
Mark these details in your calendar now:
What: Open House – Niagara Restaurant Solutions Co.
Date: Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Time: 8:30 A.M. – 6:00 P.M
Where: 17 Lloyd Street, St. Catharines, ON