FB Solution - Bakery Facilities Limited. Unit 2001, 20/F, Tsuen Wan Industrial Centre.
220-248 Texaco Road, Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong.


FB Solution-香港新界 荃灣德士古道220-248號荃灣工業中心20樓2001室


Bakery Facilities Food Trading (Shenzhen) Company Limited Room 2302, Cun Jin Building, No 3005, Dongmen Nan Road, Luohu district, Shenzhen


法念食品贸易(深圳)有限公司 深圳市罗湖区东门南路3005号寸金大厦2302室

Hong Kong / Macau


October 4, 2020

The importance of your Bread basket

While the first conversations begin and the order is launched, the hand spontaneously reaches out to the basket. In the restaurant world, bread is sort of an introduction to your cuisine. It can be a statement – setting the good mood of your clientele -, or not. It is therefore important to make a good first impression and to serve a bread just like your kitchen.

Especially if your clients have never tasted your cuisine, they will come eager to form an opinion. And your menu may delight them, but the bread basket will leave an impression of its own. As a restaurateur, you have 3 options:
Make your own bread, which is rarely the case in Hong Kong where space constraints are a major issue, and the space which is not allocated to the production of bread can be used for a more “profitable” use »Only for a product offered
Work with a baker to create a signature bread, but the price will be quickly high, again for a product on which you will not make a margin
– Or order them from bakery professionals, who will bring you solutions tailored to your needs in terms of quality.

Choosing frozen bread does not necessarily mean cutting corners on quality.

You can choose a selection of small breads with eye-catchy shapes:


The B’Break range, features delicious fillings with chorizo or Olives and rosemary chunks that will help your customers’ patience:


Or like many modern restaurants, choosing to restore old traditions, you can have a generous bread loaf, cut in slices – here our Nordic Bread and the best seller for sea food pairing, our Rye and Lemon:


What do you prefer to serve in your restaurant? An assortment for guests to choose? Or a more uniform variety?

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