Kitchen Blueprint: The kitchen blue-print is what we’ve been highlighting so far within this post. We create a total of three blue-prints for each build we produce to ensure your truck is ready to roll: Three Types of Food Truck BlueprintsĪlthough kitchen layout is important for the operations of a food truck it’s not the only blueprint that is developed. If you’re going to make an investment in a food truck or trailer, we want to be confident it’s built to last and manufactured in a way that will help your business operate profitably. After developing a blueprint, we walk each customer through the recommendations to ensure that the layout will meets their needs.
Can you imagine how inefficient and unorganized these restaurants would become if employees needed to walk to different parts of the kitchen to make a burrito? And yet, this is exactly how many mobile kitchens are laid out.Īt M&R Specialty Trailers and Trucks, we work with our customers to design a kitchen layout that’s optimized to serve their menu items. When you go to Chipotle, you start by selecting your wrap, then decide on beans, rice, meats, and continue on down a straight line until your perfect burrito is crafted. When you think about some of the most profitable restaurants in history like McDonalds or Chipotle, they assemble their food in the this way.
Ideally you want to design the layout or blueprint that allows you to cook food on an assembly line from start to finish. You might be able to serve food this way during slow time periods on the truck, but during a lunch rush with multiple workers onboard an inefficient setup can be both frustrating and hurt profits if can’t serve food fast enough. You do not want the chef (or yourself) to be forced to zig-zag across your trailer like a pinball to cook a single menu item. To accomplish this goal, a blueprint or written plan for each food truck design is critical. You also need to make sure each piece is laid out in a way that will be efficient for chefs cooking onboard. Built by M&R Specialty Trailers and Trucks.īut having the tater tot equipment is installed in the food truck is not enough. Another satisfied customer of Smokin’ Bull Shack.