Mini Kitchens2019-08-20T10:29:23+01:00

Mini Kitchen

The Mini Kitchen is our compact kitchen designed for use at sites where space may be at a premium.

Ideal for smaller catering operations, the Mini Kitchen provides room for up to three chefs to work comfortably.

The Mini Kitchen can produce up to 500 meals per day in its standard layout, although performance can be greatly increased with the addition of optional equipment.

Extensively used by nursing homes, pubs and small hotels, the Mini Kitchen is a fast and flexible solution for your temporary catering needs.


Technical Details


63amp_Single_Phase 63amp Single Phase

15mm_Water_Inlet 15mm Water Inlet

40mm_Waste_Outlet 40mm Waste Outlet

Gas_Inlet Gas Inlet


Example Equipment

2 Racking

3 Water Heater 70lt

Double Bowl Sink &
Hand Wash Station

Undercounter Dishwasher

6 Six Burner Oven Range

7 Salamander Grill

8 Double Basket Fryer

Hot Cupboard 1200mm

Undercounter Fridge 345lt

Undercounter Freezer 345lt

Request A Brochure

What To Do Next?

If you think that this kitchen fits your requirements or would like to discuss your options with us, please feel free to get in touch by filling out this form. We’ll send you a brochure outlining our products in more detail and contact you to discuss your project. Alternatively give our team a call on 01242 663030 or send us an email at [email protected].

Some things to consider and also worth letting us know when you make your enquiry are:

– How long you need the kitchen for?

– How many people you are feeding?

– How many people will be working in the kitchen?

– What catering equipment you need to go inside the kitchen?

If you don’t know what equipment you need in the kitchen, why not have a browse of our catalogue just here, or chat it through with a member of our team.

Ready to Order?

We will work with you to agree a design, location and delivery date for your kitchen and only once you’re happy with every aspect will it proceed to the order stage. We will then deliver and commission your kitchen at your site making sure it’s in full working order before we hand it over. Once up and running, the kitchen is covered by our 24/7 technical support coverage meaning we’ll always be at the end of the phone should you experience any problems, and have engineers on hand to attend your site if needed.

5 Things to Consider When Hiring This Kitchen

Temporary Kitchen Delivery

Location and Access

Our kitchens are delivered on the back of a lorry, so we will need sufficient access for our vehicles to get in and site your unit. If your proposed location does not have sufficient access for a vehicle, we can organise for a crane to lift it into place. The kitchen where possible should also be located on a level hard-standing service, although we can use the leveling facilities on the kitchen if this is not an option.

Temporary Kitchen Steps and Ramps

Steps and Ramps

Have you considered whether you will need additional steps and ramps to access the kitchen? If you do, this is something that we are able to provide so please let us know and we’ll go through your options with you.

Power Requirements for a Temporary Kitchen


Do you have services onsite to run the kitchen? Typically you will need a single phase electricity supply to connect the kitchen, and also gas to run the catering equipment (if you wish you use gas equipment within the kitchen – electric equipment is also an option). You will also need to consider water and waste supplies.

If you have no supplies on site or just require some of the above, we can help you with this. We can either put you in contact with water and waste, gas supply and generator companies, or organise it all for you as part of your hire.

Temporary Kitchen at Home

Can I Use This Kitchen at Home?

We are often asked whether or not our temporary kitchen units can be located outside or on the driveway of a domestic property. Please note that our units are commercial kitchens. If you are considering putting one outside your house, then you will need to have the relevant industrial power supplies in place, and if used in a residential area, planning permission may be required as well (this is rarely required for use in a non-residential area).

Temporary Kitchen by Hour

Can I Hire This Kitchen by the Hour?

While there is no minimum hire period for our kitchens, bear in mind that we deliver the kitchen to you (rather than being a static location that you can use by the hour), and we will need to unload, connect and commission it before we hand it over. and then collect it again afterwards.

Case Studies

Our Mini Kitchen is one of our most popular units and is supplied for 100s of hires throughout the UK each year. It’s ideal for smaller to medium sized caterers and can be used during refurbishments, events or to cover emergencies.  The case studies below provide you with an idea of how our temporary Mini Kitchens are used and what they are used for. To see a full range of temporary kitchen case studies for large and small capacity catering please click here.


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