Cooking styles for Eastern and Western cuisines are very different and so their applications of cooking equipment are also worlds apart. Traditional Chinese cooking uses locally developed and produced cooking equipment which is powerful and its burners are large enough for bulk cooking. As for Western cooking, it uses mainly imported equipment which is energy-efficient and modular in design.
Hong Kong has been labelled as the “Gourmet Paradise” for the past decades and many famous chefs around the world gather in this cosmopolitan city. Over time, Hong Kong has merged the Eastern and Western styles of cooking and created its own style of fast food and local tea restaurants (“Cha Chaan Teng”). Nowadays, chefs in Hong Kong are well-versed in the advantages and limitations of both Chinese and Western cooking equipment. Traditional Chinese chefs now use imported kitchen equipment to assist in their development of standardized cooking for taste consistency, while Western chefs use Chinese wok equipment to create a wider range of fusion cuisines and cope with the fast-paced service during peak hours.
KWS®is the proud brainchild of Kitchen Works Co. Ltd. in Hong Kong which aims at developing a series of universal cooking systems like burner range, grill and griddle etc., that combine the advantages of Chinese and Western cooking equipment and yet compact enough to fit in the limited space of the commercial kitchens in Hong Kong.
Other than product development, we also put a lot of emphasis on after-sales service. All the repair and maintenance service of KWS® cooking equipment is handled by authorized agents in Hong Kong and Macau who have access to an inventory of readily available spare parts to ensure speedy response.
WHERE TO BUY
Jackson Steelwares & Kitchen Wares Engineering Co. Ltd Tel: (852) 2693-4620 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Kitchen Concepts (HK) Ltd. Tel: (852) 2894-8940 Email: email@example.com Oriental Engineering Co. Ltd. Tel: (852) 2333-0181 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Showroom by appointment only)