It’s a well known fact that people will eat with their eyes long before the food reaches the tip of their tongue. This means that the right presentation can make or break the sales of a restaurant. This is most likely the truest statement when we’re talking about choosing the right sushi display case.
When you’re choosing the right sushi display case, the size of the case really does matter. Most of the cases are measured in inches, where you can go from a small 48” wide to nearly double that at 83” wide. It’s better to go a little larger than what you think you actually need, as it might inspire you to come up with different types of rolls and have more things on hand. Too small, and
We love buffets. Yes, we have that one person on our staff that doesn’t touch buffet with ten-foot poles, but we usually leave them back at the office when it’s time to go to the sushi buffet just down the road.
One of the best parts about the sushi buffet is that they don’t only have at least 30 kinds of sushi rolls available, but they also have a small fleet of large chafing dishes at the end of the line, each housing some greater delicacy than the last.
It was wickedly breaded tempura vegetables the last time. The breading was so delicate that it made for a sublime experience. You’ve most likely had them when you’ve had that piece of deep fried chicken that just hits the spot. Tempura runs a fine line
When I was younger, going to the convenience store was always enjoyable because of the ‘random’ factor with the contents of their countertop freezer merchandiser. From week to week, we never knew what was going to be in it, though there was always wonder as to what would be put in it.
Like the one in the picture, there were two shelves, and it was always chock-full of cakes and treats which the owner of the store had brought from home. The owner’s wife was a phenomenal cook, to be sure. We would always look forward to opening the doors.
It was a long counter, too. The freezer was right next to a refrigerator, which was right next to a hot dog roller. The freezer itself had tw
Have you ever walked into a store and got hit with a blast of air as you crossed through the entryway? Congratulations, you just got hit with an air curtain. Air curtains are used to keep insects from getting into stores and to increase the efficiency of HVAC systems. Air is forced downward fast enough to keep air on either side from penetrating too far.
The same principle is used in an air curtain merchandiser. These are refrigerated display cases that are open to the customer yet remain cold. A curtain of air blows down over the merchandise to keep it cool and safe for consumption.
Air current merchandisers come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes from small 36” display cases for a lunch line to 72” merchandisers for a
If you’re thinking about opening a deli, a convenience store, or a bagel shop, you’re going to need at least one refrigerated deli case. The type of case which you choose will make the difference in convenience and accessibility for your customers. How do you choose?
Grab-and-Go or Employee Assisted?
The grab and go style of deli case is excellent for places which are serving prepackaged items like containers of yogurt or already wrapped sandwiches. Some situations, however, warrant a more full-service approach – like the services which cut meat on demand.
Do you want storage space underneath?