5 ways of Asian Fusions
While there was less or no travel in 2020 diners have still explored with their taste buds and the cuisines of South East Asia are still the largest and fastest growing food trends in the international restaurant industry.
With our increasingly multicultural societies, traditional recipes from across the world are brought back to the hospitality industry and diverse dishes from Korea, Japan, Taiwan and Vietnam are growing in popularity.
Traditional recipes and innovative fusions are often served up as small plates designed to be shared. Sharing a variety of dishes makes diners braver and more likely to try new flavours and cuisines while also being the perfect opportunity to create interesting mix and match tableware combinations.
The eye catching and reactive glaze effects of Studio Prints on innovative shapes are ideal restaurant plates for serving dishes like sushi, gyoza and more. Raku emulates an artisan glaze finish, Studio Prints Raku has all the durability and technical reassurance required for the hospitality environment.
Stonecast is a collection of rustic and hand decorated products inspired by the changing seasons and fresh ingredients. The Barley White colourway is the perfect canvas for food presentation - our dip pots and chip mugs are great to serve an extra treat with your dish.
NOODLES & BOWL FOODS
With the rise of Asian Fusions, the term ‘bowl food’ is now commonplace, with bowls being the choice vessel for staple favourites like ramen, bibimbap and pho.
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