Cast iron cookware and ceramic tableware manufacturer Staub is making its debut appearance at the Restaurant Show.
Between 30 September-2 October at Olympia London, Staub will be showcasing its range of professional-standard cast iron cookware on stand GG49, alongside pieces from its sister brands; Demeyere stainless steel cookware, Zwilling knives, and Miyabi Japanese knives.
Staub’s Cocotte will be taking centre-stage on the stand, in various formats including the 10cm Mini Cocotte, which is suitable for cooking and serving individual portions or tapas-style sharing dishes. The pots are individually produced in France using traditional techniques.
Also on show will be the 28cm Chistera braisers for serving hot buffets; heavy duty frying pans and grills for back of house cooking as well as round and oval dishes for cooking and serving sides to share, such as roast vegetables.
Staub will additionally be displaying its specialist pieces such as the mussel pot, which has an interior stainless steel grill to keep mussels in place when tilting the pot to dip the mussels in sauce; plus a range of fondue sets.
Joining Staub on stand GG49 will be stainless steel cookware made by Demeyere in Belgium. Specialised for use on induction and precise temperature control, Demeyere pans boast energy saving credentials combined with fast, even heat distribution.
On show from Zwilling, the German-made fully-forged knives are designed to be sharp, durable and comfortable to use. Exclusive special formula steel and an advanced manufacturing process are said to make Zwilling knives tough, corrosion-resistant and easy to re-sharpen.
Also on stand will be Miyabi knives, which are made and hand-finished in the Zwilling factory in Seki, Japan. Each blade is scalpel-sharp and designed to meet the demands of preparing fine, delicate cuisine like sashimi.
Paul Bough, area sales manager for food service at Zwilling UK, said: “We’re delighted to be taking part in The Restaurant Show in London this year, and anticipate it to be a busy few days. The Staub, Demeyere, Zwilling and Miyabi brands will be familiar to many at the show as staples in professional kitchens worldwide, but this is the first year we are showcasing the products on their own, dedicated stand, and we look forward to seeing the response from visitors.”