It’s pretty crazy to think how far along ventless cooking technology has come in the last few years. And it’s amazing the quality and fresh food that can come out of a small space — even the smallest of spaces can pack a big punch of profitability. When you are looking to add a kitchen space to an area that has no ability to install vents or maybe has limited access to water and/or drains, you no longer have to sacrifice quality or menu diversity to get your kitchen up and running! You could execute our sample menu above in about 250-300 sq. ft. of kitchen space with equipment that requires no vents or water. Here's how:
Running a kitchen takes a lot of daily preparation, and a lot of that preparation revolves around timing. Many kitchens have limited space and equipment that creates a challenge for smooth operation and hinders your ability to offer a creative menu. This can be a nightmare for your business, especially those high volume foodservice operations.