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About Town Food Equipment

Town Food Service Equipment was founded in 1929 as a small sheet metal shop near New York City’s Chinatown where it supplied the Chinese restaurants in the area with fabricated equipment. After many years of working the Asian restaurant community, Town transformed into a major supplier of Asian cooking equipment, tools and restaurant supplies. Today Town Food Service continues to grow and cater to the needs of Asian restaurants.

Recent Reviews

Recent Reviews

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Review Date: 10/8/2014
By: Fei222

A mistake was made on my order, but they took care of it right away and corrected it. I was satisfy with the way they handled it.

restaurant owner

Review Date: 8/26/2014
By: kevin xu

Slicer quality is very good, my cook was very pleased, I bought many different knife, this slicer is very nice.

Good knife at a very good price.

Review Date: 8/5/2014
By: PhilR

The knife is sharp, well balanced and light. It is excellent for slicing anything (meat, veggies, fruit...).


Review Date: 8/5/2014
By: Bill0751

Bought this wok for my wife, and she is very particular. She's in love with it... won't use anything else to cook. She is Chinese and now she can make authentic Chinese cuisine the way she likes. Completely happy with your product!

This wok turns blue when seasoned over a flame

Review Date: 9/8/2014
By: bendorfold

I bought this flat bottomed wok because the owners manual for my new range said it would work better/safer. My new wok is .050 (50 thousandths) thick, my old 12" round bottom is .040 thick. The flat bottom of this wok measures 8 and 1/4 inches. The bottom isn't flat, like others mentioned. Mine had an eighth inch dip in the bottom so I got out my hammers and "worked" the bottom until it popped up. Now I have a raised center in the bottom and it sits flat on my "continuous grate" range top. Works great for batter frying. I seasoned my new wok on top of my range, on high, at 10,000 BTU's using extra light olive oil and the green part of green onions. Stir fried them until they were black and the inside of the wok was a dark chocolate color. The flame side of the wok turned an iridescent blue. The first meal cooked in this wok was Cashew Chicken and there were no metallic tastes what-so-ever. This one is a keeper!

Editorial Reviews

Asian Restaurant Smallwares

Town Food Service makes all of the Asian kitchen tools and tabletop supplies you need to make, serve and enjoy delicious Asian food and drink whether at home or in a restaurant. With everything from cute panda-themed mugs and attractive tabletop supplies to Asian cooking utensils, sushi tools and so much more, Town Food Service has you covered.

Cantonese Wok Range

This gas Cantonese wok ranges is made to hold Cantonese-Style Woks and provide the heat necessary for Cantonese cooking applications. This range has a 16” diameter chamber to fit a 20” diameter wok and has a Three Ring Burner for the widest range of settings and smallest amount of maintenance.

Mandarin Wok Range

This Mandarin wok range is made to hold Mandarin woks and provide the heat necessary for Mandarin cooking applications. It has a 13” diameter chamber that will hold a 14” or 16” diameter wok. Town Food offers many different burner types to choose from in order to best suit your needs.

Wok Cart

This unique portable wok range allows preparation of Chinese cuisine at tables in a restaurant or catering events. It uses a 25# propane cylinder to power the high performance burner. Made of reinforced stainless steel, this range cart is sure to be the centerpiece of any Asian function.