Control Induction, the UK’s leading manufacturer of cooking suites, had a fantastic 2016 with orders from Michelin starred restaurants such as Casamia and John's House. Control Induction also built the biggest one-piece cooking suite installed in the UK in 2016, the fourteen square metre monster for Roux Scholar Matt Tomkinson at 'The Montagu Arms' in the New Forest. This run continued in 2017 with induction stove orders for Matt Gillan's 'Pike and Pyne' and Michael Bremner's 'Murmur' both in Brighton, while Tommy Banks bought his third Control Induction stove for 'The Black Swan', in Yorkshire and Simpson’s commissioned stoves for their cookery school in Birmingham.

Control Induction followed BBC’s 'The Great British Menu' with avid interest, three of the four finalists, Tommy Banks, Michael Bremner and Selin Kiazim are all their customers. 

The Control Induction team are really excited about the forthcoming Restaurant Show. It's not quite finalised but, as we go to press on 1st September, they are expecting an order from a high profile chef and his cooking suite should be on the stand. With or without that order they will be exhibiting a lovely induction stove with French Planchas and the famous Slider® induction solid top.

Continued research and development has led to other new Control Induction products, one of the more successful being the rapid heat-up, Low Energy Salamander grill, this will also be exhibited at The Restaurant Show.

If you’re looking at minimising energy usage and costs in your kitchen, you definitely need to have a chat with the guys on the Control Induction stand, number GM30. They have a growing portfolio of high quality case studies showing proven, massive savings made by customers who have switched to Control Induction kitchen equipment. A typical installation where a gas kitchen is replaced by an all electric Control Induction kitchen will show a decrease in energy use from a typical £1000 per month for gas to £500 for induction. 

This coupled with the massive heat reduction in the kitchen and hours saved on cleaning time makes a Control Induction suite a no brainer for anyone considering new equipment.

Sitting unassumingly on the Control Induction stand will be their eponymous French Plancha. The Control Induction French Plancha has been described as 'the star' in the kitchen by John Howe of the 4 AA rosette 'Lumiere' in Cheltenham. The French Plancha now sits quietly in several Michelin starred restaurants, carefully making sure that every piece of fried meat or fish is cooked to perfection. 

The star of the show on the Control Induction stand will not surprisingly be 'The Slider®' induction solid top. The Slider® is the pinnacle of induction cooking technology. If you need maximum output from the smallest area, with reliability and functionality that chefs love, the Slider® is the obvious choice.

The Montagu Arms