Perhaps you just leased space in a new location, expanded your dining room or added a heated patio or outdoor dining area, and the space left for your kitchen is woefully too small. You need to find a way to serve your guests while maintaining a productive work area for your staff. Restaurants in urban areas like New York are famous for miniaturized kitchens that fit into seemingly impossible spaces. The kitchens on long-distance trains, wide-body jets and food trucks are amazing ...

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