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Your dish might taste good, but how does it look? Proper presentation can make all the different in pricing a plate. Arc Cardinal is here to help. Featuring stylish options that work in a variety of concepts, Arc Cardinal is part of the largest tableware company in the world. Beautiful and built to last, picking up a few dinnerware plates from Arc Cardinal is a smart decision.
Types of Cardinal Dinnerware
When it comes to choosing dinnerware for your restaurant, durability is always top of mind. With Arc Cardinal, you can be confident that your dinnerware is designed with the strongest, high-quality materials that can be used to guarantee a long-lasting plate. The stylish Terrastone line featured twice-fired porcelain with alumina for added strength and durability. Finished with a high scratch-resistant glaze, each piece has a slightly unique appearance that adds dimension to your tabletops.
The great thing about dinnerware is the ability to mix and match. Try adding a few colored plates to your existing white chinaware for added flair—you'd be amazed at what an impact a small accent plate can have on your dish!
Caring For Your Cardinal Dinnerware
Even the strongest dinnerware can be susceptible to breakage if it isn't taken care of. Protect your investment by teaching staff proper handling and cleaning tips. Avoiding the practice of overloading bus trays and not stacking dishes more than 16 inches high. During cleaning staff should refrain from stacking hot, wet dishes straight from the dishwasher; this could prematurely wear the glaze. Finally, broken dinnerware is one thing, but think about scratches and discoloration too. These imperfections could affect customer perceptions, and can be avoided if you train staff to reduce the exposure your dinnerware has with metal utensils, trays and more.