Date added: 01/05/17
As a listed building in Tanner Street Park, the Pique Nique design and installation project required a different working strategy in order to install a new kitchen, extraction system and bar.
The French restaurant required Willis Jenkins to complete a design which maintained the functionality of the bar and kitchen areas whilst keeping the aesthetic design in tune with the overall finish of the restaurant which was quite a challenge.
The main obstacle faced was to provide extract and supply air to and from the kitchen, whilst limiting noise and odour.
Thanks to an abundance of experience and expertise, Willis Jenkins tackled this by using up-to-date control systems, as well as utilising all of the roof space available to them.
Although the project was challenging, it was also enjoyable for the Willis Jenkins team who worked closely the experienced restaurateurs and shop fitters resulting in an outstanding overall finish of the restaurant and open kitchen which merge beautifully.
Willis Jenkins chose appliances from leading manufacturers including Rational, Bonnet, Hobart, Fosters and Gamko for the Pique Nique project.
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