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Commercial Kitchen Design 101

26 Mar 2024

If you’re thinking about opening a restaurant, bar, or café but have never done it before, it can feel a bit daunting. You might be thinking, “Will my restaurant succeed?” or “Do I have what it takes to start my own establishment?” There is nothing more rewarding than sharing your passion with the world, and starting a catering business allows you to do what you love while developing your catering and business skills along the way.

So where do you begin? We will guide you through the things you should consider before creating your first commercial kitchen.

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From Concept to Reality: Designing Commercial Kitchens That Work

8 Mar 2024

At Ceba Solutions, we truly understand how to create a commercial catering solution to suit your specific needs. We listen to your ideas and requirements, carefully assess spatial limitations, and smoothly navigate any unique building regulations. We will then create detailed 2D and 3D sketches that showcase your new space, offering a tangible preview of its functionality and visual appeal in real-world terms.

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Things to Consider When Sharing a Commercial Kitchen Space

22 Feb 2024

When considering premises to rent for your commercial kitchen business, monthly rent costs can be expensive. An effective way to manage this expense is by sharing a commercial kitchen, also known as a commissary kitchen, with other businesses. This allows you to operate your business without the hefty price tag of renting, bills and potentially sourcing equipment.

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Starting a Dark Kitchen Business

22 Mar 2023

In recent years the food industry has undergone a dramatic transformation with the rise of online delivery services, Deliveroo, Uber Eats and Just Eat.

This means more demand for dark kitchen businesses, which if done properly can be quite a lucrative venture. For those wanting to set up a business without a physical storefront or dining area, they can offer a low-investment option… but there are still the basics that need to be done right, for your business to be a success.

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Yum Street
Morgan Sindall
Uppingham School
University of Southampton
Kingsley Napley