Sambonet Flatware Trends 2017 on Middle East Food
We are glad to be mentioned on MEF (Middle East Food), Vol. XXXIII Issue 3, March 2017.
This is how 3 restaurants at EATALY EXPO MILANO used Terra.Cotto Ghisa by Sambonet to display their receipts.Read all
An exceptional mise en place for MUDEC.
The partnership will offer to all the catering spots of the MUDEC the fine Rosenthal’s porcelains and glasses along with the Sambonet’s Hannah flatware, designed by Anna Castelli Ferrieri and rewarded with the prestigious Compasso d’Oro in 1994.
Due to its low conductivity the cast iron transfers heat four times slower than aluminum: it is ideal for slow cooking, allowing the food to cook gradually, without losing moisture and avoiding shrinkage. It can be useful for frozen foods as well.
The small “cocotte" are perfect for single portions and ideal for the stovetop to table.
It is probably here, in the true center of gravity of Sambonet’s production activity, where the know-how and experience of the employees really emerge.Read all
Part of Sambonet’s core business – together with flatware – is holloware. Among modern technical equipment and expert craftsmanship, today we are going to explore the production cycle which leads to the creation of coffee pots, teapots, trays and other Sambonet items.Read all