University caterers, staff feeding caterers, event and street food specialists are using mobile, self-ventilating prime cooking equipment to create food stalls or service points as part of the mix of food service options.
Because they are mobile, with optional self-ventilation and fire suppression, front cooking stations can ‘pop’ up anywhere where there is a suitable electric supply. Or they can work alongside existing servery counters, catering to wherever there is a crowd.
Stadia and event caterers especially make use of Rieber’s Varithek ACS double or treble cooking module system – induction wok, induction hob, griddle, fryer/pasta cooker – to cater under canvas or within large stadia.
The mobility of the equipment and the ability to bring several front cooking stations together within a few minutes can transform an empty tent or event space into a large kitchen capable of feeding hundreds.
Varithek ACS front cooking system at Silverstone. Fitted with induction hobs for flat GN 1/1 pan and fry pan, this model helps serve up breakfast and lunch to race fans in a tented complex.
In the days after the race, it has also been used to feed teams working in the garages at Silverstone for tyre testing.
More information on Varithek ACS HERE