Serving Trays are highly functional cookware flat-bottomed surfaces that help users transport and serve food and drinks from the kitchen onto the dining table. They also help transport dirty kitchenware back to the kitchen for easy clean-up. Serving Trays are considered a staple cookware item at home and within restaurant settings. They are versatile and can be also be used to create a tabletop surface on top of delicate surfaces. Serving trays often incorporate raised edges onto their design to prevent items from falling and handles for ease of use. Serving Tray can vary in size, shape, and are made from a wide range of materials.
A good serving tray should be highly versatile to place food, drinks, or group different items. A good serving tray is also easy to carry, made of a material that is easy to clean, is durable, and has raised sides and handles to prevent spills.
You should use a serving tray because they make handling food between the kitchen and dining room much easier and help clean up dishes from the dining room. Serving trays also serve as a décor piece within the home and can become an interesting decor element within any space they are placed in.
Tray service in hospitality is the service in which food is served to guests’ rooms in hotels. Tray service is a form of service that does not use the traditional dining table, but instead presents dishes arranged in a tray. Tray service is also often used in hospitals.