You know you need a commercial kitchen but you don’t have a kitchen plan, Hospitality Design can help.

Most equipment suppliers can provide a kitchen plan and a long list of expensive equipment, but there is more to a kitchen plan than just a drawing of the benches and a list of equipment.


Ask your designer if they are a CFSP (Certified Food Service Professional)


Do they have professional indemnity insurance before they work on your project.


You could download a free fact sheet on designing your own kitchen or pop in and talk to Hospitality Design about our full design and construct service.


Our qualified commercial kitchen designers some with over 20 years experience can help.



We start by asking important questions about how you plan to use and operate your kitchen, the number of meals and times of operation.





kichen planHospitality Design will work with you to finalise the layout and when finalised Hospitality Design will provide a kitchen specification with a services schedule for services consultants also working on the project. 




When approved Hospitality Design will provide a quote for the supply and installation of your new kitchen.


Hospitality Design are compliant with the National Code Of Compliance For The Construction Industry (NCOP)and can supply and install commercial kitchens for major government projects Australia Wide. 


The first step to a smooth kitchen installation is to provide assistance and service drawings if necessary to your builder’s plumbers and electricians to ensure the services are in the correct location at rough-in. 





After the floor and wall finishes have been completed your commercial kitchen will be delivered by our specialist carriers and placed on site ready for installation 

Qualified commercial kitchen installers

Our team of qualified installers unpack and position the equipment and stainless steel benching, fixing benches and wall shelves to walls and floors as required.




Our installers have regular OH&S training and carry all necessary insurances and the Construction Induction Card, which is known as the nationally recognised White Card.



After the equipment is connected to services, and the services are switched on, Hospitality Design will return and test and commission the equipment and hand over the kitchen. 


Hospitality Design can also offer a full turnkey service, including a basic start up utensil package. We also offer a rent try buy or lease payment option.





 You can really benefit from more than 50 years of combined expereince in commercial kitchen design for cafe’s, restaurants, clubs, bars, hospitals, aged care facilities and training centres Australia wide. It would be our pleasure to design and supply your kitchen or bar 

 Optional services include:

  • Final service connections to appliances
  • Removal of all protective plastic film
  • Cleaning  of your new kitchen prior to use 
  • Complete utensil packages
  • 12 month or 2 year maintenance contracts