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Smallwares ship free on orders $300+
When you order $300 of smallwares, you qualify for free shipping. If you order less than $300, there is a $15 flat rate to ship them to any province in Canada.
This free shipping policy does not apply to equipment. There are shipping charges for equipment, unless specifically noted on the equipment's product page. And equipment does not count towards the $300 to qualify for free shipping.
For orders between $300 - $10,000, we’ve partnered with PayPlan by RBC™ to offer our customers an option to pay with equal monthly payments. When you’re ready to buy, simply choose the PayPlan by RBC™ option in the checkout. Find out more.
We also provide leasing and renting through various third-party companies for orders of any size. If you're interested, contact us to speak with a sales rep. Or find out more about leasing and renting here.
Ships via freight
Freight deliveries are different than parcel deliveries. Freight is for larger items that need to be shipped on a pallet on a freight truck.
- Items are delivered curbside and won't be brought into your establishment
- A tailgate fee could apply if you don't have a forklift or loading dock
- Deliveries require signature and are from Monday-Friday 8-5
- Deliveries can arrive without notice
- If you require an appointment or inside delivery, that needs be requested when ordering and there may be an additional fee
- Find out more about freight deliveries here.
High-quality and durable cutlery for your restaurant
Browne's WIN2 Series is our mid-range series of restaurant flatware. We most often sell this series to diners and take out restaurants. We would call this mid-level flatware: it's better quality than the Windsor series, but not as expensive as the Celine or Contour series. You can order spoons, forks, or knives — each item comes in a box of a two dozen, except for the dinner knife, which comes in a box of a dozen.
This series is 18/0 stainless steel with a mirror finish, which feels nice in your hands: it is a medium weight flatware, so it's not super light or super heavy. If you want to order a standard five-piece place setting, you'd want to order the dessert spoon, dinner fork, salad fork, dinner knife, and teaspoon. If you're looking for a similar style, but a lighter metal that is less expensive, check out the Windsor series. Or if you're in the mood for something higher quality, check out the Celine or Contour series.
Figuring out how much cutlery you need for a restaurant can be a bit of an art. It depends on how many seats you have, your customer turnover rate, your ware-washing capacity, and reserve supply. For a helpful guideline, refer to the following chart. The numbers are in terms of items per seat. So for casual dining, the number is 4 for dinner fork. So if you have a 100-seat casual dining restaurant, the suggestion is for you to have around 400 dinner forks. This is just a guideline; the actual numbers you want will depend on the specifics of your establishment. If you're looking to compare the different cutlery series we have, check out our comparison chart.
- A mid-range series of restaurant flatware
- Series includes forks, knives, spoons in different styles
- Sold in boxes of 24 or 12 items
- Ideal for diners and take out restaurants who are looking for mid-range flatware
- Medium weight set: the knife is 2 mm thick at the handle and weighs 63 grams
Material Stainless Steel
Knife 13/0, 2 mm
|503802||Dessert spoon||7.5" (17 cm)|
|503803||Dinner fork||7.5" (17 cm)|
|503810||Salad fork||6.5" (16.5 cm)|
|503811S||Dinner knife, Serrated, 63 grams||8.5" (21.6 cm)|
|503813||Soup spoon||7.3" (18.4 cm)|
|503817||Bouillon spoon||6" (15.2 cm)|
|503823||Teaspoon||6.3" (15.8 cm)|
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