Foodservice establishments that are looking for a versatile range that does not take up a lot of space often select a restaurant range. These items come as single, free-standing units that are ideal for kitchens that can easily fit any cook line. Multiple top configurations are available to suit a chef’s specific needs.
Restaurant ranges with a griddle plate are ideal for kitchen that serve breakfast, lunch and dinner items. Large quantities of different foods, like bacon, eggs and hamburgers, can be placed directly onto the cooking surface, so the cook can keep up during rush dinner hours. Kitchens that specialize in soups, sauces or other pan-cooked foods will need several open burners to get the job done. Finally, establishments that want the best of both worlds can have a mixed top configuration that includes a griddle and a number of open burners.