Whether you are a restaurant owner or perhaps work in a food and catering environment, chances are you haven’t given much thought to table linen. I think it’s even safe to say that for most restaurant diner’s who have a discerning taste for a fine dining experience may well certainly dine without noticing anything on the table other than the food itself. As with many of us, very little thought has perhaps been given to the history of table linen.
Table linens are the lifeblood of a restaurant. Soaking up any spillages, covering the furniture, linen napkins for wiping faces – the list is truly endless. This is the reason why we need to take special care of linen tablecloths, napkins and even tea towels. Follow these top tips and you can keep your kitchen linens in the best possible condition. As we mentioned, table and kitchen linens take a real hammering, what with wine spills, candle wax drips, lipstick marks and food staining.
If you own a holiday cottage, you’ll likely know just how important it is to make sure your property stands out from the crowd. With so many holiday homes to choose from all across the UK, how can you ensure guests choose to stay at your property rather than somewhere else? We’ve put together a few tips and tricks to make your holiday let stand out and ensure your guests continue to return.
Managing a restaurant is not the easiest of tasks. Today, competition in the hospitality industry is at an all-time high. Ensuring that your restaurant is always sparkling clean, tidy and maintained to the highest standards can be difficult, particularly if you have a high turnover. Once a customer leaves the table, the tablecloths and serviettes must be removed and replaced with fresh linen for new customers - and, each day, these dirty tablecloths must be cleaned.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, hotels all across the UK are shifting their focus on ensuring their guests have the perfect Valentine’s stay. Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to draw guests to your hotel with some clever marketing techniques - after all, what better way to spend Valentine’s than with your loved one at a beautiful hotel? Below, we share our top tips for ensuring your guests have a stay to remember.
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