Dress Your Restaurant Staff in the Latest Kitchen Uniforms

If you own a restaurant and want to project an image of professionalism and cleanliness, every person who works in your kitchen should wear smart kitchen uniforms. Your diners will not only enjoy the food and ambience that you offer; they will also appreciate seeing your staff well-dressed. Uniforms are also important for safety and hygiene purposes.

All your kitchen staff, from the chef down to the dishwasher, should wear uniforms in keeping with their position. A kitchen uniform usually comprises of a well-fitting hat, shirt, jacket, pants, shoes and apron. All these items are available in a range of colors and styles at www.SmocksAndUniforms.com/kitchen . You must insist that all kitchen staff wear slip-resistant shoes – many an accident has been caused by slipping on wet or oily kitchen floors.

Kitchen uniforms are usually made of Egyptian cotton, twill cotton or poly/cotton for maximum comfort. To add extra individuality, you can ask your supplier to embroider the name or logo of your restaurant onto the uniform. The extra charge for this is around $8. 00 per garment but, in the long run, it will be money well spent.

To really make your kitchen staff look and feel good, you can have their uniforms custom made to complement the theme and style of your restaurant. Your staff will take great pride in wearing an original uniform as opposed to the run-of-the-mill uniforms worn at the restaurant across the road!

Old-fashioned kitchen uniforms that were made of heavy, thick fabrics offered little comfort to the chef and his staff sweating over boiling pots. Today, the modern chef and his team wear uniforms that allow the skin to breathe properly, thereby reducing perspiration. Modern kitchen uniforms are available at many web site including www.SmocksAndUniform.com/kitchen .

Give your customers the ultimate dining experience by having everything just right, not just the atmosphere and your delicious food, but make your kitchen staff look just as professional. Your staff will rise to the occasion, knowing that they are well-dressed, and you’ll get the best out of them.

Jeffrey Ware JBW Enterprise www.SmocksAndUniforms.com

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