Featured Kitchen: TNI Kitchen
We are excited to introduce you to one of our newest kitchen listings on Cook It Here, the TNI Kitchen.
This amazing cooking space is located in Tarzana, California at 5577 Reseda Blvd.
The TNI Kitchen is a retail restaurant space that is great for:
- Training – Come in and work on your skills or teach others.
- Catering – Is your catering company looking for a place to cook? This large kitchen space will meet all of your cooking needs.
- Product Exploration and Development – Come test out new recipes in a real retail restaurant environment.
- Product Presentations – This retail restaurant space is perfect for presenting your new ideas to others.
- Cooking Classes – Looking to teach others about your art? The TNI Kitchen includes all of the space and equipment you’ll need to teach a cooking class.
At only $35/hour, the possibilities are endless at this state-of-the-art kitchen.
- 4 top burner
- Grill (broiler)
- Sandwich prep fridges
- Work Benches
- Vitamix Blender
- Meat Slicer
- Meat Grinder
- Tabletop Stand Mixer
- Immersion Blender
Want to “Cook It Here?”
Whether you’re simply looking for a kitchen to cook in, or looking for a space to try out new products or teach a class, the TNI Kitchen is the perfect place for you.
You can rent the kitchen for $35 per hour (minimum of four hours) or $250 per day.
You can find more information about the TNI Kitchen as well as contact information through the Cook It Here website by clicking here.
About the Company:
The Next Idea, an international hospitality and restaurant consulting group, created the TNI Kitchen. They specialize in food, food service operations, restaurants, cafes, leisure and entertainment services.
The Next Idea works across the world, specializing in concept creation, development and management – everything from research, strategy, brand and product development, franchising, through to design, execution, systems and operations, and communication.
“We differentiate ourselves from our competitors by always beginning with the end user. The customer experience, the employee training experience, and the brand experience are given the upmost priority when we approach a project,” says Robert Ancill, CEO.
Click here to find out more about The Next Idea.