MyGlassStudio plans for restaurant reopening in style with new Bento collection

MyGlassStudio has launched an assortment of covered serving dishes in response to the evolving hospitality climate and the desire for safe and appropriate tableware that does not compromise on style and luxury.

The Bento Dinner Plate collection represents an innovative interpretation of the traditional bento box design and is well suited to contactless dining with its covered dinner plate concept. Made from a highly hygienic, durable and non-porous glass material, the covered dinner plates safely guard food and provide protection from air droplets that may linger in corridors and elevators, whilst being easy to sanitise and chlorine bleach resistant.

Finding the balance between health and safety and the desire for memorable dining experiences, the range is available in 11 different colours and includes a main course plate, appetiser plates, a soup bowl, side dish plates and a cutlery case and comes in two specifications: a small pair of bento dinner plates – ideal for lunchtime dining, in-room breakfast and side dishes – and the larger pair of bento dinner plates, which caters for main courses, salads and appetiser spreads.

Designed to be as versatile as possible, both options are stackable allowing for tiered presentation and all come with a dinner plate cover that is finished with a round bronze handle. Similarly, the range can be utilised across a number of F&B environments thanks to its premium design that ensures that fine dining can be translated seamlessly into in-room dining experiences as well as satisfying back-of-house kitchen and food storage.

Providing a sense of safety and peace of mind that post-Covid restaurant customers will value highly and without compromising on luxury, MyGlassStudio’s latest innovation will give guests the confidence to dine safely, while allowing operators to reopen restaurants and venues in style.

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