Archive for September 5th, 2015

5 Essential Restaurant Supplies

Are you starting your own restaurant? Or maybe you’re just looking to upgrade the one you already have. Whatever your reasons for re-stocking or re-outfitting your commercial kitchen, here are just a few essentials for making your restaurant the best it can possibly be.

1. Worktables

First things first: You’re going to need a lot of surfaces for chopping, stirring and storing. The key is to buy multiple kinds of worktables so the variety will help you keep up with the pace of the kitchen. For example, you’ll want to purchase tables of different shapes and sizes. You’ll want to buy tables with varied load capacities in case you need to work with something heavy.

2. Ice Makers

This is one of those things restaurant owners never think about until it’s suddenly 100 degrees outside and their customers are clamoring for ice. In a high-volume restaurant, you simply don’t have enough time to freeze ice the traditional way. You’ll need a commercial ice maker to keep your drink orders on track and ready to go.

3. Refrigerators

A commercial refrigerator isn’t like a household refrigerator. For one, it requires a lot more power and maintenance, and that necessitates a higher bill; it might also come with specialized settings and storage options for a large-scale kitchen. When shopping for restaurant refrigerators, make sure you know the difference between commercial and “everyday” models.

4. Dishwashers

Even if you’re paying someone to clean the plates by hand, it’s always a good idea to install at least one dishwasher in your restaurant’s kitchen. You never know when you’ll get too swamped to wash your dishes the old-fashioned way, and you’ll also be surprised at the kinds of stains that won’t come out without a mechanical and high-pressure clean.

5. Double-Basin Sinks

It’s important not to buy household sinks when you’re outfitting your restaurant. You’ll definitely need more than one basin, or “bowl,” and you’ll probably want them to come with different rinsing, washing and soaping features too. Don’t forget about the drainage system, either! How the water exits is just as critical as how it enters.

These are just a few of the must-have tools, supplies and appliances for starting your own restaurant. For even more essentials, check out sites like Mission Restaurant Supply ( They provide a wide range of kitchen equipment to help you turn your dream restaurant into a reality.

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The Day Turned Out To Be A Great One

Yesterday, after the DACS swimming competition of my eldest daughter. I dragged them for dinner, I was able to bring Faith with us because I had  fetched her at school before 4 in the afternoon. We went home first to change clothes and to give Mariel her allowance for her OJT. We went back at the swimming venue to fetch Mj since when I go out from the venue earlier they are not yet finish. I was not even watched her 3 events because I have to go to Faith school. When we went back at the swimming venue, they are already finish hence I just dragged them to the nearest mall and treat them for dinner. It was fun because it has been a while that we did not dine together because of my busy schedule. Thank GOD that I had this day and I had them both today. It was an ordinary day but it turned out to be the great one.

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Brew Up Major Success With All Of The Correct Ingredients

If you are a prospective entrepreneur who is looking for a sure fire business to get into, it’s a cinch that you should embrace the field of industry that best matches your all consuming passions. For example, if gardening is your reason to get up in the morning, you should seriously consider getting into the seed supplies business. Likewise, if you just can’t get out of bed in the wee hours without a hot cup of espresso, it’s a sure bet that opening your own coffee shop might be the very best business for you to get involved in.

Make Sure You Have All Your Ducks Lined Up In A Row

You’ve worked long and hard to make your dreams come true, and now you’re ready to do business for real. Of course, before you can open your doors to the public, you will need to make sure that you have all of your proverbial ducks lined up in a neat row. This means making sure that all of your coffee shop supplies are already in stock and ready to serve your new customers. After all, even the most attractive and best advertised coffee shop is nothing without all of the necessary supplies.

What Kind Of Supplies Will You Need For Your Shop?

Depending on the specific type of shop that you choose to open up, you will need a wide range of supplies. For example, no coffee shop is complete without an espresso machine, so you will certainly need to include one in your shop. In addition, you may well wish to include a pastry oven or microwave so that you offer instant snacks to your customers to enjoy with their refreshing morning or afternoon brew.

Getting The Very Best Supplies For Your New Coffee Shop

There are plenty of excellent parts suppliers who are willing to do business with you in order to ensure that your new shop receives the finest goods. You will need to keep on your toes while shopping around for parts in order to ensure that you receive the very best deal for the very best possible price. The Internet can be mined for a wide and comprehensive selection of deals and dealers, but it will be up to you to choose the supplier whose parts and prices are the best fit for your specific needs.

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It Was A Nice Treat

It was fun, when I and my friends from work agreed to have lunch at one of the prestigious restaurant in the mall near where we work. And since, we went out from work about 10 am, the restaurant was still close for lunch. They are open at exactly 11 am. So we roam around first in the mall, we ate green mango just to fill up our craving then we went back at the restaurant, they are still close so we just sat down there to wait. After a while, they finally opened the restaurant. I think I have blogged this restaurant before, they served buffet and most of them is Japanese cuisine. So here were some of the pictures, I have put it altogether in one collage.

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And you know how much did I pay for this meal? It was only P150.00 because two my workmates paid about P500.00. Geez thanks to them. It was indeed a nice treat!

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