Catering equipment for setting up a pizza restaurant

Posted by usrsardegna on August 13, 2017 in Uncategorized |
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Pizzas are a favourite fun meal for kids and adults alike. There’s just something about a good pizza that makes you feel joyful and like nothing else matters. Pizza restaurants have big shoes to fill when comes to delivering wonderfully deliciously pizzas that their customers will fall in love with. Therefore, they need to have the right catering equipment to fulfil the demanding orders.

 

  • Ankor Dough Roller

 

The base for this delicious meal is made of dough. If your restaurant is very busy you will need to consider a Dough Roller to prepare the dough while you tend to other tasks in the kitchen. The Ankor Dough Roller Machine is precision engineered to create flat dough up to 400 millimetres wide and 1 to 5 millimetres thick.

 

  • Salvadore Pizza Ingredient Fridge

 

If your restaurant is set up for customers to select their own toppings then the Salvadore Pizza Ingredient fridge will be ideal. It stores and displays the toppings in a cool yet well-lit fridge. It is portable so you can move it wherever you prefer and it has a glass sneeze guard for hygiene purposes.

 

  • Anvil Pizza Oven

 

Once you’ve prepared the dough and the toppings the next step will be to bake it. There are a variety of Anvil Pizza Ovens to choose from and the one you decide on will depend on your daily requirements. There are options which include digital conveyors, single decks, 2 trays, 3 trays, 4 trays, as well as gas ovens.

 

  • Pizza Shovel

 

You need to be able to remove the hot contents from the oven without damaging the shape. A large square Pizza Shovel is perfect for sliding and lifting it safely and neatly.

 

  • Pizza Cutter

 

If you’ve ever tried to slice this round cheesy dish with a knife you will have noticed that it does not give you smooth slices. A Pizza Cutter with its round blade design rolls over and slices each piece perfectly.

 

  • Round Pan

 

Obviously a pizza is made in a circular shape so a round pan would be ideal. You can choose different sizes such as 200, 250 or 300 millimetres diameters. These sizes will give you consistency in the small, medium and large sizes as indicated on the menu.

 

Every restaurant has its own unique requirements and preferences when it comes to catering equipment. But if you want to stay ahead of the competition you have to invest in quality specialized catering equipment that is specific to your menu and the dishes that you prepare. That way you will have better control over the menu meals and can manage the kitchen and restaurant more efficiently.

 

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