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What Kind of Oven is Best for a Restaurant?
Home Foods & Drinks
By: Helen Roberts Email Article
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Commercial ovens are better suited for restaurant and food service environments not only because of their size, but also because of the kind of cooking power that they offer. Restaurant kitchens require powerful cooking equipment that can meet the fast-paced demands of a food service operation. This is why it is important to choose a restaurant oven that has the ability to cook food well and feed a large number of hungry customers quickly. After all, restaurant ovens are so much more than simple food warming equipment—they are major kitchen tools that chefs need in order to create masterful culinary creations.

So what oven should you choose?

Many of the most successful restaurants in Canada have high-capacity microwaves, compact microwaves, and high-speed ovens to streamline their kitchens—and you should, too.

A commercial microwave oven and high-speed restaurant oven delivers maximum speed and efficiency. The best brands—like Celcook—also guarantee durability. You can be sure that your oven can withstand demanding high-volume usage in your commercial kitchen. With a high-performance restaurant oven from Celcook, your chefs and quickly prepare delicious dishes that your customers will keep coming back for.

Celcook offers a wide range of microwaves and high-speed restaurant ovens for varying requirements. Their helpful sales team can help you choose the right product for your cafe, cafeteria, or restaurant.

1000-Watt Microwave Ovens

Ideal for food warming, these ovens can efficiently reheat foods and beverages. Available in both dial and touchpad models built for heavy use.

Compact Microwave Ovens

These ovens are perfect for smaller professional kitchens where space is a premium. It delivers reliable cooking power despite its size. Get the 1000-watt model for reheating purposes, or the 1800-watt or 2100-watt model for rapid cooking.

High-Capacity Microwave Ovens

If yours is a particularly busy kitchen, this 1.2 cu. ft. range is for you. A high-capacity commercial microwave oven from Celcook comes with five power levels, a host of programmable menu items, 3-stage cooking features, and many more.

Commercial Combination Ovens

Produce chef-quality means at half the time (or less) with a high-speed combination restaurant oven. These models combine convection heat with bottom infrared, high-speed impinged air, and precision microwave, thereby reducing cooking times by as much as 80 percent.

Commercial Pizza Ovens

Do you serve pizza? A high-speed commercial pizza oven from Celcook cuts cooking time by half using a combination of infrared and impinged air technology.

Regardless the type of restaurant oven you think is best for your kitchen application, make sure to consider important factors when choosing good kitchen equipment like reliability, size, and cost—both upfront and running, to ensure practicality. You want an oven that will provide you with reliability and consistency for years to come. You can’t go wrong with Celcook’s range of high-speed commercial kitchen ovens.

This article is written by Helen Roberts Owner of Celcook. They always aim to provide customers with the most suitable, high speed restaurant and kitchen ovens that best suits your needs and safety.

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