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Cooking attire for the kitchen
To ensure that “greetings from the kitchen” result in a culinary success, kitchen staff need to have the right attire, which is why SALESIANER offers cooking clothes for kitchen staff. This includes the classic chef’s jacket, matching chef’s trousers or pepita trousers.
SALESIANER’s aprons round off the range of attire available.
Chef’s jackets are worn to maintain hygiene and safety standards in the kitchen. They are usually long-sleeved and made of sturdy materials such as cotton or polyester to offer protection against heat and liquids. SALESIANER offers chef’s jacket models in various designs, including classic white jackets, as well as different colour models with patterns or logo embroidery. They are usually equipped with buttons or zips, and offer a lot of freedom of movement.
SALESIANER chef's pants are designed to meet the demands of the kitchen. They are usually made of durable and easy-care materials such as cotton or polyester, offer a high level of comfort and allow a lot of freedom of movement due to their fit. Hygiene and safety standards are also maintained in the kitchen. Chef’s trousers are often white or black and can be paired with other kitchen garments such as chef’s jackets.
Pepita trousers are often worn in the restaurant and hotel industry because their eye-catching pattern gives them a certain elegance, yet they are sturdy and easy to care for. They can be worn by both service staff and kitchen staff and go with many different kitchen outfits. The use of pepita trousers in the restaurant and hotel industry underscores a sense of professionalism, and creates a pleasant, appreciative atmosphere for guests.
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