Warewashing manufacturer DC Products has supplied its equipment into Michelin starred chef Josh Eggleton’s new fish cafe, restaurant and takeaway, Salt & Malt.
The Chew Valley Lake restaurant serves up gluten-free fish and chips, homemade cakes and sandwiches throughout the day before transforming into a fish restaurant in the evening.
Eggleton, a finalist of BBC 2’s South West’s ‘The Great British Menu’, has been using DC’s warewashing kit for a number of years and was keen to lean on it for the opening of the new restaurant.
“We’ve always had their machines at ‘The Pony & Trap’ and at ‘Yurt Lush’ and find them solid and easy to use. We like to support local businesses and find their service really good and their proximity to us helps that,” he said.
DC supplied Salt & Malt’s equipment through QCM Equipment, a Bristol kitchen house.
Bob Wood, director of DC Warewashing & Icemaking Systems, added: “Josh has been using our products for over 10 years and we are delighted DC is involved in his new venture. He’s an exceptional chef and restaurateur and we wish Josh all the best with Salt & Malt.”
DC Products provides a wide number of warewashing models. Its PD50 and PG50 units are the largest and most powerful undercounter machines on offer in its portfolio. Its premium range PD50 dishwasher, which includes a 500x500mm basket, uses 2.6 litres of water per cycle and features a wash tank size of just 12 litres, according to the brand.