Equipment supplier Rieber has launched the Catering Circle ‘all-rounder', a cooking system that adapts individually to design, layout and floorspace requirements.
The Catering Circle combines a multipurpose steel container with hot cooking and refrigerated systems with the circle layout designed to be changed into triangles, oblongs, rectangles and any other shape an operator might need.
The system can cook with either a GN 1/1 full surface induction or Ceran hob and is available with AirClean self-ventilation, providing downdraft extraction, and a sneeze screen, so caterers can cook in public spaces while capturing smoke and fumes.
Other options include a round refrigerated well, hot lights for display, a sink and slots for 1/1 or 3 x 1/3 GN containers. Bridge connections provide prep or display surfaces and hot and cold storage is available via Rieber's Thermoport insulated food transport boxes.
BGL Rieber's managing director said: "This new form of mobile cooking system takes the oil drum BBQ concept and adds the hygiene and traceability elements which bring it fully into the 21st century.
"The design options are virtually limitless and for front cooking applications especially, the Rieber Catering Circle will really make a statement for the caterer, highlighting that they are different and more creative than others!"