About this item
- AISI 430-type stainless steel with bright tumble finish
- NSF certified
- Dishwasher safe
- Durable and economical dining utensils set
- Designed for commercial use
Daily Chef™ Dinner Spoons (36 ct.) are made with stainless steel and a bright tumble finish. This dining utensils set can meet the rigorous demands of the foodservice industry. A convenient dinner spoon size, they are perfect for restaurants, diners, cafeterias and hotels.
How Do You Care For the Daily Chef Dinner Spoons Set?
This AISI 430-type stainless steel utensil set is NSF certified which means it is not only durable and economical, but it is also dishwasher safe. These have been designed for commercial use, so they can hold up in the industrial-sized dishwashers common in the larger restaurants. They have been created in the Windsor style.
What Are Daily Chef Dinner Spoons Like?
The kitchen utensil set contains stainless steel spoons. All of the utensils in the box are dinner spoons, and they are all the same size and shape. There are other varieties of stainless utensil sets that are available in the same 36-count box including Daily Chef Teaspoons, Daily Chef Stainless Steel Dinner Knife Set and the Daily Chef Dinner Fork set. Each of these varieties is sold separately.
What Types of Foods Can Be Served with these Dinner Spoons?
These spoons are a good shape for serving with soup or stew meals. They are also good for breakfast items like oatmeal, porridge, cream or wheat, yogurt and cold cereal. They can be used to eat mashed potatoes or some forms of pasta. While they are a little larger than a teaspoon, the can be used for adding sugar or cream to your favorite warm beverages.
How Many Spoons Do I Need in My Restaurant?
If you are purchasing these dinner spoons for the purpose of stocking your restaurant, you may want a rough guideline on how many are needed. It is recommended that a restaurant have at least 30 spoons for every 10 seats you have in your restaurant. This number may be higher if the majority of your dishes require a spoon instead of a fork.