You can’t claim to be a good cook by merely reading about recipes and watching cookery shows on YouTube. One must toss some ingredients and have the food lovers rejoice. Industrial designer Erik Mantz-Hansen has designed Guerilla Kitchen for the latter, which will eventually help realize your dream to run a food business and empower yourself financially.
Guerilla Kitchen is a compact and modular street food kitchen. This modular kitchen is specially designed as an alternative for a conventional food truck. It does not just help you save a lot of cash but also occupies less space in an urban setting where space comes at a premium.
The biggest advantage of the Guerilla kitchen is its compact size and the modular application that allows users to assemble or disassemble it for convenience. Moreover, the small size of the kitchen allows high mobility and one can roam around from one urban dwelling to another with this portable kitchen.
The kitchen is best suited for tight spaces where big food trucks cannot reach. Erik Mantz-Hansen includes features to the kitchen which help in expanding the booth easily and offers you counters to work on. For further comfort, it comes equipped with a food-booth umbrella that will allow you to work under the sun and rain. The kitchen sits on rubber tires for instant mobility.
Guerilla Kitchen is specifically designed to address the needs of any type of street food production and empower more people to start a street food business. So, if you’re a good cook, but due to an inefficient budget you were holding yourself back, something like Guerilla Kitchen could be a good way to start.
The Kitchen will help you prepare your recipes in the urban areas and share them with customers. The setup not only helps in increasing your reach but also saves a lot of time while closing or opening that food booth of yours.