Restaurants Are Just the Beginning

Despite our name, Niagara Restaurant Solutions Company, and our many great restaurant customers we want to remind you that we provide products, service and support to a number of other client segments within the food service industry.

Our customers all have food in common, but they often have special needs that require particular equipment or services. You can easily imagine how the needs of a small, short order diner would be different from those of a high-end dining establishment. Consider then, the variation of requirements that would exist among this list, all of which include an essential food service component:

  • Hospitals
  • Schools (all levels)
  • Stadiums and arenas
  • Cinemas/theatres
  • Places of worship
  • Banquet halls
  • Country clubs/golf courses
  • Retirement facilities
  • Nursing homes
  • Ships
  • Correctional facilities

Equipment and service needs and priorities can be based on scale, frequency of use, conditions of use, available space, specialty needs and several other factors. We have fulfilled the needs of everything from a spacious high standard country club to the space restricted confines of a merchant vessel.

In the case of healthcare, specialty products that facilitate ease of feeding are essential. These range from a Blixer® that purées to lipped plates and no-spill cups. For marine customers, we can custom fabricate stainless steel equipment and supply no-spill marine edge counters. Our banquet hall customers rely on us to supply everything from large storage cabinets to equipment that re-thermalizes previously prepared food. For seasonal businesses, we maintain a year-round relationship so we can stay current with their plans. We can then offer options, samples, quotes and more to ensure they are prepared for the next season.

So, you see, our customer base certainly extends well beyond restaurants. We have the products, the service and the experience to meet whatever your food service needs may be. Call us today at 905.685.8428 in St. Catharines or visit www.nrsco.ca.