Presentation

The way you present your restaurant has a major impact on the total visitor experience and expectations. It also plays a major role in injecting pride among the team, for the environment they work in to the uniform and whites they wear. Discover the improvements you can make to your presentation throughout your restaurant from the front to the back of house.

Mediterranean tablescape

Whether you’re creating meze, falafel, grilled fish or steaks cooked to perfection, plate up using a range of colourful and inviting crockery to truly reflect the authenticity of your dishes.

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Casual and Rustic tablescape

Create a welcoming and warming atmosphere for your customers with the hand washed colours of Kiln. The soft, earthy tones are perfect for customers that want to wind down after a long, hard day, or for those simply settling after enjoying a delicious meal.

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Industrial tablescape

An increasingly popular trend that is here to stay, the industrial styled furniture makes attractive use of wood and metal features creating a raw and vintage feel.

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Tapas tablescape

The relaxed and social dining experience of tapas encourages guests to interact with the dishes you serve, mix and match crockery to create an intriguing tapas selection.

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Fine Dining tablescape

Creating a tablescape that reflects the food you serve sets the scene for your guests' dining experience.

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Contemporary tablescape

Clean lines and stylish materials create a modern scene for dining. Even the most traditional menu can be given a modern setting for gastro dining experiences.

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Buying Crockery

You should buy to suit your needs. There’s no denying the power in statement crockery, but what is right for your kitchen and your business?

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Serving dishes

Using individual serving dishes for sides will always benefit the smooth running of your kitchen, it also helps serve those with allergies without them having to miss out.

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The false economy of buying cheap cutlery

The right cutlery will last you years if suited to the environment and cared for properly.

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Love your cutlery

Your table settings make a silent first impression on your diner and cutlery is one of the first things that your customers will check...

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Glassware trends

Out with the old and in with the new.

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Presentation is everything

Extravagant cocktail presentation is nothing new, but with the ever-increasing prevalence of social media, you should definitely be looking to stand out from the crowd throughout the seasons.

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Caring for glassware

In a busy restaurant, accidents happen, and sometime breakages are unavoidable, but some breakages and damage can be minimised.

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Create an impression

Being served by someone who has taken pride in how they look helps customers feel special and important, and can actually add to their overall experience of the food.

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How to choose the right furniture for you

Choosing the right tables and chairs for a restaurant is no easy task! So many things to think of - price, the design, practical considerations and space constraints.

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The art of food plating

There’s such value to applying the art of finishing touches to your dishes - present every plate to every customer with a reason to Instagram their food, for the best form of publicity.

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For the love of coffee

Coffee can be the leaving memory of your restaurant experience, it’s the last thing to hit their lips before they leave. The number and quality of the coffees you serve are typically dependent on the skills of the people who are making it.

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Emma Underwood on Presentation

Emma Underwood, General Manager at Stem, discusses how to establish the tone of a restaurant and what creates a great atmosphere.

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Presentation at The Ritz

Presentation as well as the quality of any kind of food in an establishment like this is imperative in every sense of the word. The team at The Ritz meticulously think things through to make sure the temperature when the customers receive the food is correct, that things are placed so it is comfortable for the guests to eat and that every experience of dining in the restaurant is one to be remembered.

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