Lancs dealer kits out London cook school


Vision Commercial Kitchens has played a major role in kitting out a London bistro and chef school that will provide apprenticeships for 25 disadvantaged people.

Lancashire-based Vision gave significant input to the project involving the Brigade Bar & Bistro and Cook School at The Fire Station in London’s Tooley Street, overseeing the development of the kitchen and supplying a range of equipment.

The company is a key partner of manufacturer Dawson and supplied heavy duty prime cooking equipment from the brand as part of the deal.

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Simon Boyle of the Beyond Food Foundation, which provided part of the investment for the project and runs it as a social enterprise, believes the equipment installed will give the individuals training at the facility a great induction to commercial cooking.

“By choosing Rosinox Exclusif I know I have the most durable, quality and stylish cooking suite on the market,” he said.

In total 500 homeless and disadvantaged people will go through a well-being and catering programme through Boyle’s Beyond Food Foundation.

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