Dalebrook, the leading supplier of high quality melamine food display products has announced its partnership with Wildwood Restaurants, part of Tasty Plc.
Based in London and the South, Wildwood is a collection of contemporary restaurants serving stone baked pizza, freshly prepared pastas and a wide selection of grill options. The innovative restaurant group recently opened 50 restaurants across the South East with another three planned to open over the coming months.
Wildwood met Dalebrook at the 2014 Restaurant Show. Keen to explore new innovative food service designs for their restaurants, Head Chef Marcel Gjini was impressed by Dalebrook’s melamine range. Wildwood selected Dalebrook’s Marble and Rustic Wood Effect Platters enabling them to deliver a stylish solution and move away from real wood which was difficult to clean.
Made entirely from melamine, the Marble and Rustic Wood platters are a lightweight and practical alternative to wood for any food service environment. The attractive products are both shatter proof and break resistant too meaning they will stand up to the rigours of everyday use in busy kitchens.
Dalebrook Supplies and Wildwood worked closely together to select four different product ranges which are now being used in 50 Wildwood Restaurants to serve a range of meals including pizzas, steaks and breads.
Commenting on the rollout of the Dalebrook range, Jo Bagery, Managing Director at Wildwood Restaurants said; “We were looking for a practical and attractive serving solution to showcase our Wildwood menu. Dalebrook Supplies introduced us to the advantages of using melamine in the restaurant environment and we have been thoroughly impressed with the benefits of these products, without having to compromise on style.”
“Following our initial meeting with Wildwood Restaurants, it was clear that the team was looking for a serving solution that would set them apart from other restaurants. We’re delighted to see our Rustic Wood and Marble Platters on the Wildwood menu.” adds Jennie Knott, Managing Director of Dalebrook Supplies.
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