Different cuisines do occasionally demand different dishes and this set of Céon tapas serving trays is optimal for Spanish food specifically. Carlos Schreib created a delicious duo of salvers that can be used together and separately and stack conveniently for storage.
The small diamond-shaped plates can be treated as a bowl and a heat-sealing lid, or as a petite serving platter and a tiny tray for scraps like olive pits and shrimp tails. The deeper of the two ceramic pieces has a tab on one end, allowing you to pick it up easily and pour edibles into your personal crockery.
If everyone is sharing from the same Céon tapas serving dishes, a wooden rotatable hub with a metal handle can be used with the set. It functions as a Lazy Susan so that each can conveniently get a taste of every menu item.
Ceon Tapas Serving Trays Make Tasting and Sharing Spanish Food a Treat
1. Multi-functional Serveware - Designing serving trays that can be used in multiple ways, such as acting as a bowl and lid or a platter and tray, offers a disruptive innovation opportunity in the field of dining and hospitality.
2. Stackable Tableware - Creating stackable serving trays for easy storage and convenience presents a disruptive innovation opportunity in the tableware industry.
3. Interactive Serving Tools - Developing rotating hubs or Lazy Susan-style mechanisms for sharing food from communal serving dishes presents a disruptive innovation opportunity in the kitchenware and dining industry.
1. Dining and Hospitality - The multi-functional serveware trend can benefit restaurants, hotels, and catering companies by providing versatile options for serving food.
2. Tableware - The stackable tableware trend can be applied in the manufacturing of plates, bowls, and other dining vessels, catering to both home and professional use.
3. Kitchenware and Dining - The interactive serving tools trend can be adopted by both kitchenware manufacturers and restaurant suppliers to enhance the dining experience and promote efficient sharing of food.