Restaurant Mobile Carts
Tableside service carts keep food hot and ready to serve
Ready to begin or update your restaurant business? Help is here to get you up and running in no time. These sturdy stainless steel service carts keep your food at perfect serving temperature, which keeps your customers happy. Tableside service means no walking through the maze of tables and patrons to your customer - holding multiple plates, balanced precariously - eliminating the chance of dropping a hot plate of food. Select the cart most suited to your needs, and that will be one less worry on your way to good service - and return customers!
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Stainless Steel Sauce Cart
- Conveniently holds pans of sauce right next to the wok range for easy access
- Commonly used in Asian style restaurants with tableside woks
- Three shelves for extra storage
- Stainless steel construction for strength, durability and ease of cleaning
- Easily moves on 6" swivel casters
- Ships assembled so you're ready to go right away
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "Does this come with the canned fuel it uses?"
A. No, canned fuel is hazardous to ship. We recommend you purchase it locally.
Q. "What is a liftgate and how do I know if I need one or not?"
A. A liftgate is a device on the back of a freight truck used to raise/lower items from the ground to the truck bed and vice versa. The bed of a freight truck is about 56" high and is designed for loading/unloading at a loading dock or with a fork-lift, not to and from ground level, so getting very heavy or bulky items on and off the truck can sometimes be a challenge. If your delivery location is a residential address or does not have a loading dock or fork-lift and the item is too heavy to remove from the truck by hand, you will most likely need a liftgate.
If your delivery location has a loading dock or fork-lift, you won't need a liftgate. Alternatively, some large or bulky items may be lightweight enough for you and your staff/friends/neighborhood teens/etc. to remove them from the truck, in which case you wouldn't need a liftgate either.
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