Place your condiment jars and bottles in a caddy like this for to immediately change the look and feel of the whole tabletop. What was disorganized and untidy before is made to look organized, clean and simply more together when a condiment caddy is put to use. Condiment caddies are condiment baskets with tall handles in the center or on one side. This makes it simple to pick up and move a full caddy for cleaning or refilling purposes. In addition, the handle on top is often a coiled ring. Menu cards, comment cards or table numbers are often placed in these coiled rings, making them a useful addition for both customers and employees.
Condiment caddies are often used to store condiment containers that typically stay on the table throughout the course of the meal service. This can include ketchup, mustard, vinegar, soy sauce, Tabasco or Cholula hot sauce, and even salt and pepper. However, these caddies are so simple to move that they may be brought to the table only after the order has been taken, depending on the service type in the restaurant.