Your cooking equipment is what drives production in your commercial kitchen, and Star has virtually any type of cooking unit you may need. Analyze your menu, and invest in units that are versatile and durable. Whether it’s a vertical broiler for gyros or a fryer for crispy french fries, we’ve got what you need.
Whether you’re looking to heat up some soup for lunchtime meals or warm up rolls for pre-dinner snacking, your commercial kitchen will benefit from the addition of a warmer. These warmers are built to warm high volumes of food so that your staff can quickly and easily access items ready for serving at a moment’s notice. Keep up with the crowd and ensure that your warmed foods are served as fresh as the moment they were prepared!
Many concession stands, snack bars, and kiosks use hot dog equipment to cook franks and keep them warm for customers' orders. Keep hot dogs at safe serving temperatures and display them for passersby to see to increase impulse sales. For high-volume vending carts, use hot dog rollers or steamer units that can hold dozens of franks at a time.
From popcorn makers and merchandisers to display carts, you’ll be able to make one of the most highly-profitable snacks for your customers. Best of all, these machines are compact and can fit into any kitchen’s layout. Concessions, snack shacks, and convenience stores alike can benefit from the addition of a commercial popcorn popper.
There are countless sizes, shapes, and setups of equipment stands that can be added to virtually any kitchen layout. These stands elevate your small countertop units to new heights while freeing up undercounter space for storage of small appliances, bulk products, and even ingredient bins.
Toppings for tacos, pizzas, and even sandwiches can spoil quickly if left out of refrigeration. Our countertop cold food server is perfect for fresh produce toppings and can either be kept in your kitchen’s prep area or left in a customer self-serve area so that they can top their items themselves!
The key to a successful buffet setup is having the equipment to keep bulk amounts of foods both looking, tasting, and - in essence - being fresh. Small catering companies to large banquet restaurants and even cafeterias will all need to look into investing in specialty buffet equipment in addition to many of the standard pieces of kitchen equipment you’ll already have in back-of-the-house.
Restaurants who offer a buffet line or hotels with a continental breakfast need to invest in specialized equipment to handle self-service tasks.
If you’re a pizzeria owner, you’re probably no stranger to conveyor ovens. True, conveyor ovens can improve your kitchen’s speed, durability, and overall efficiency, but these ovens are sometimes taken for granted, and the basics of proper installation, operation, and maintenance can get left by the wayside.
It is clear that back-of-house preparation, cooking, and storing equipment is crucial to keep a restaurant up and running smoothly. Similarly, front-of-house serving equipment is equally as important to run a successful restaurant. Commercial serving equipment includes pieces such as serving spoons, serving trays, and serving bowls, each consisting of a variety of sizes, shapes, materials, and purposes.Photo source viceroyhotelsandresorts.com