Tabletop & Smallwares includes the features and benefits of various buffet and tabletop servingware, coffee brewers and servers, cutlery, melamime tableware, permanent tableware and tabletop accessories.
When it comes to buying cookware, foodservice operators have a number of choices in terms of sizes and materials.
As with plates and bowls, durability is a main concern when it comes to glassware. Yet, style is not sacrificed, especially with today's stemware.
Although a restaurant's concept typically dictates the style of its tabletop décor, many chefs involved in the process like to put their own stamp on it. Creating a signature look may involve sourcing unique products from overseas or having a manufacturer make a custom piece.
Cooking utensils can be loosely defined as any kitchen accessory that aids in the cooking process. This includes spatulas, spoons, ladles, tongs and whisks. There also are also some high-heat plastic food pans that operators use to prepare and hold food at temperature.
2013 Best In Class Winners
See who FE&S readers named this year’s Best In Class winners. Manufacturers were evaluated for product quality, product value, product design and aesthetics, service and support, sales reps, product inventory and available product information. Click here to see the complete results.