No matter what your style of cooking be Classical French Cuisine to Southwestern Fusion, as general rule the bigger your operation the more services and features your commercial kitchen layout must employ.
There are several factors you must consider when looking at designing a successful restaurant kitchen layout: the workflow, what type of service you will be providing such as the number of customers to be served, whether or not you have self-serve, cafeteria style or plated dining.
Then there is the actual size of the kitchen itself and the equipment that will go in it. And of course your budget will have the ultimate say on what your commercial kitchen design will finally look like.
5 Keys to a Great Restaurant Kitchen Layout
A great restaurant kitchen has a layout that allows the staff to work more effectively and efficiently. The better the kitchen layout the easier it will be for cooks to move from one work area into another without bumping into each other or being unnecessarily distracted which can lead to accidents and poor or sloppy service. And any of these situations can cost a good restaurant to slowly fall into the red and stay there.