There’s generally no piece of commercial restaurant equipment more vital than the range. These commercial-grade cooktops come in styles to accommodate every single type of food service operation, from large-scale restaurants to food trucks and concession stands that need to maximize a limited amount of space. We have all the most high-quality and cutting-edge commercial ranges on the market, including heavy-duty, commercial stoves and countertop ranges with stainless steel range parts that can handle any volume and cooking application. Kitchen ranges from CKitchen.com come with a low-price guarantee, free shipping and quality customer service.
If you’re looking for a heavy-duty commercial gas range, you’ve come to the right place. CKitchen.com supplies bustling restaurants with large-scale ranges that allow chefs to easily cook and reheat food to perfect standards. We also have a large selection of commercial electric ranges that come in various configurations to suit your particular needs. This category also includes restaurant-grade ventless ranges, induction ranges and wok ranges that will help you create a customized cooking environment that suits your space limitations and cooking applications. All of these options are great for the high-volume kitchen.
If you’re looking for something to save space, be sure to explore our selection of countertop ranges, which includes stock pot stoves, induction ranges and hot plates. Even though they tend to be smaller than standard ovens, these countertop styles will help you effectively cook a wide assortment of foods without taking up valuable floor space. CKitchen.com is also an excellent resource for those looking for specialty commercial cooking equipment, such as broilers, salamanders and cheese-melters for putting the perfect finishing touches on food. These units are often added to larger ranges to create a customized environment tailored to your specific menu.
If you doubt which unit is best for your specific applications, please, feel free to contact us right away. Our certified food service equipment professionals will gladly provide you with custom advice. CKitchen.com always guarantees the lowest prices on top restaurant equipment and free shipping within the United States of America.
If you are wondering “what is induction cooking?” Or, if you know about it and want a full guide on how to optimize it in your own kitchen, you have come to the right place. Here’s everything you ever wanted to know about induction cooking, and why it’s a great idea.
Induction cooking has been gaining a lot of popularity over the past few decades, even though the technology has been used in cooking for over a century.Read More
While the initial cost of an electrical unit may have been enticing, the fact of the matter is that over time, gas trumps financially. With the introduction of the induction burner, the tables may have turned!
Induction cooking has long been a cooking method of choice for chefs worldwide, but only recently has demand driven prices down, making it an affordable choice for many restaurant owners. From understanding how it works to knowing what you’ll need, here are a few of the basics when it comes to induction burners.
Commercial Ranges are arguably the most important piece of equipment in the kitchen.
Since no two kitchens or food operations are alike it is important to consider several points before making a purchase.
Questions you need to ask yourself are:
- What size range do you need?
If you have anywhere between 24-72 inches in width as well as the sufficient height and depth clearances, then a Restaurant Range may be the right fit for you.
Restaurant Ranges have anywhere from 2-10 burners and can come with built in griddles.
If you have limited space then a restaurant range may not be the right fit.Read More
Over the past few years, we’ve seen a trend towards healthier grilled items versus the traditional fried favorites. Even fast-food chains have gotten in on the grilled action by adding grilled versions of their standard fried lineups in order to please the masses - and to much success! While you may not want to toss your commercial fryer just yet, consider a few of these grilling options for your restaurant in order to tap into the health trends and satisfy more of your customers.
Grilling is known to be a better option than cooking with oil (such as frying) because the fats liquefy and fall off the food during the cooking process. If you plan to incorporate grilled items into your menu, you’ll want to invest in the right grill for the job.