Three Reasons Your Commercial Kitchen Layout Matters

Three Reasons Your Commercial Kitchen Layout Matters

Many factors can impact the success of your restaurant kitchen from food quality to timeliness. However, everything comes back to its layout. Check out the top the reasons your commercial kitchen layout matters and how TME can help you design and construct one that works for you and your culinary staff.

Chances are, your restaurant kitchen has a set footprint. Whether you’re in the process of designing and building a new establishment or are in the process of renovations, your space is what it is. To maximize the square footage, TME recommends working with experts who can help you make the right decisions when it comes arranging equipment, storage and workspace. And don’t forget custom fabrication. Kitchen components like equipment, cabinets and countertops can be completely tailored and built to your needs and exact specifications, helping you make the most of your valuable space. When your restaurant kitchen is fully optimized, your staff is efficient, which in turn, means your patrons are satisfied.

Every restaurant kitchen has its own flow. From the process of making dishes to the movement of staff, there is never a dull moment in a commercial kitchen. From ventilation and lighting to food storage and cleaning, there is a list of kitchen elements that should be safeguarded for staff and patron safety. The TME will help you work through potential hazards common to all restaurant kitchens and unique to your operation. We can help you mitigate costly accidents so your establishment is thriving, safe and healthy for all.

No one wants to work in an unorganized, chaotic environment ꟷ and the same goes for restaurant staff. Reduce dissatisfaction and turnover by creating a working environment that is comfortable and supports productivity and creativity. TME can help you consider all your restaurant staff’s needs, including food preparation, cooking, service and storage. Every component is different and requires employees to complete different tasks, but all are key to a high-performing commercial kitchen. Ensuring everyone has the equipment and tools they need to do their job well means your restaurant will be efficient and your happy, successful employees won’t want to go anywhere else.

For these tips and more, contact the TME team. We’re your commercial kitchen design-build experts and we’re here to help you. Reach out to one of our team members today.

2020-10-07T10:16:26-05:00 Architecture|