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Case Studies of Commercial Refrigeration

  1. Boneyard, Leicester - A New Enterprise

    Boneyard, Leicester - A New Enterprise

    It’s always exciting when a new restaurant opens – the innovation of coming up with a theme and branding, thinking up the perfect name and creating a menu that reflects the style of the business, all the way down to locating the right premises and choosing the perfect equipment. This was the exact position that co-owners Himal Patel and David Martin experienced when embarking on their new venture in 2016.

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  2. Barnacles Restaurant & Bar Bistro - Continuing Success

    Barnacles Restaurant & Bar Bistro - Continuing Success

    Specialising in good food, a fine selection of wines and a warm, friendly welcome, Barnacles Restaurant & Bar Bistro is renowned for its fresh seafood dishes, offered up in a relaxed, contemporary atmosphere. Looking to update equipment in both the bar and kitchen areas, they came to Fridge Freezer Direct to source commercial refrigeration equipment from leading brands. With over 20+ years of experience our personnel were able to identify the perfect units to fulfil the restaurants requirements and expectations.

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  3. Riverside Cantonese, Cardiff Plans Refurbishment

    Riverside Cantonese, Cardiff Plans Refurbishment

    The Riverside Cantonese restaurant is a central figure in the Cardiff dining scene, specialising in authentic foods created by specially trained chefs. Planning a massive refurbishment which covered updating the interior space and kitting out the kitchen with the highest quality equipment, the owner Nicholas Chan wanted to develop a space that truly reflected the high standards that could be expected from the culinary aspect.

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  4. Brick & Liquor Expands to Clapham, South London

    Brick & Liquor Expands to Clapham, South London

    Following the success of Brick & liquor's first site, David Layton didn't need to think twice when it came to expanding and growing the burgeoning business. The trademark exposed brickwork and stripped back design was again, to become a prominent feature in the new premises. In addition to the inspired cocktail menu that proved so popular in the primary bar, the new venue offered a little more area to work with allowing a selection of draught beers and bottles to be added to the menu, as well as a selection of light bites. Choosing the right kitchen and bar equipment was vital to help the new venture go smoothly.

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