Most restaurants include a deep fryer among their restaurant equipment. But not all of them use the fast cooking it provides to its full potential. The french fries served with the burger menu and the buffalo wing appetizers are the typical items on any menu. Many restaurants never use the fryer to create innovative and unique dishes for their customers.
Fryers can be pivotal for your restaurant’s kitchen, acting as the backbone to your appetizer and entree menus. With uses across the board, ensuring that you’ve invested properly in your fryer is key to extending its longevity. Is purchasing a filter for your fryer an investment worth making?
In this buying guide, we help you identify the fryer you need. We'll discuss the different types of fryers and the features you want to look for. And of course, some special considerations to pay attention to while making the buying decision.