Supplying high quality food will keep customers satisfied, but improving their overall dining experience will keep them coming back. Combining delicious food, quality customer service and perfect presentation will ensure that customers are impressed with your restaurant and hopefully they’ll tell everyone they know about it too!

Going the extra mile by adding finishing touches and taking care of the items that your dishes are presented on is bound to impress. For example, if you’re serving up classic English pub grub staple fish and chips why not use stylish serving baskets and ‘catch of the day’ paper. It’s something a little different for customers to enjoy and the paper will also mop up grease, leaving your plates or serving boards less of a hassle to clean.

The festive season is approaching too (in case you’d forgotten!) which will see friends catching up over nibbles and cocktails, why not mix things up a bit and use olive woodware to present your miniature treats. A Mediterranean sample board of olives, crusty bread and hummus would fit this rustic serving platter perfectly.

There’s nothing wrong with crockery either, a gleaming white plate on a tabletop will never look out of place. Crockery is an option for more traditional restaurants that want to stick with classic but fashionable methods of presenting their food. We think that Wedgwood’s Vogue collection would present expertly crafted dishes wonderfully. 

The best time to purchase new tableware is after designing a menu. If you have just finished your Christmas menu now is the time to look at the dishes you are serving and decide how you want them to look for your customers. Taking into account the dishes you’ll be serving is a much better method than just buying items randomly that don’t actually match the dishes you are serving.

It’s also important to ensure that you get your tableware in time for the party season, so order them as soon as possible to avoid a last minute panic!

All of the products mentioned are available in our Catering Essentials Catalogue, if you have any more questions contact us by calling 01244 536354 or email us at info@cateringengineers.com.

Supplying high quality food will keep customers satisfied, but improving their overall dining experience will keep them coming back. Combining delicious food, quality customer service and perfect presentation will ensure that customers are impressed with your restaurant and hopefully they’ll tell everyone they know about it too!

Going the extra mile by adding finishing touches and taking care of the items that your dishes are presented on is bound to impress. For example, if you’re serving up classic English pub grub staple fish and chips why not use stylish serving baskets and ‘catch of the day’ paper. It’s something a little different for customers to enjoy and the paper will also mop up grease, leaving your plates or serving boards less of a hassle to clean.

The festive season is approaching too (in case you’d forgotten!) which will see friends catching up over nibbles and cocktails, why not mix things up a bit and use olive woodware to present your miniature treats. A Mediterranean sample board of olives, crusty bread and hummus would fit this rustic serving platter perfectly.

There’s nothing wrong with crockery either, a gleaming white plate on a tabletop will never look out of place. Crockery is an option for more traditional restaurants that want to stick with classic but fashionable methods of presenting their food. We think that Wedgwood’s Vogue collection would present expertly crafted dishes wonderfully. 

The best time to purchase new tableware is after designing a menu. If you have just finished your Christmas menu now is the time to look at the dishes you are serving and decide how you want them to look for your customers. Taking into account the dishes you’ll be serving is a much better method than just buying items randomly that don’t actually match the dishes you are serving.

It’s also important to ensure that you get your tableware in time for the party season, so order them as soon as possible to avoid a last minute panic!

All of the products mentioned are available in our Catering Essentials Catalogue, if you have any more questions contact us by calling 01244 536354 or email us at info@cateringengineers.com.

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