Commercial Cookware, Pans
Commercial Cookware, Pans Categories
ACityDiscount offers a wide range of commercial cookware in stainless steel, and aluminum, to suit all types of commercial kitchen and restaurant cooking applications. We supply fry pans, sauce pans, brazier pans, woks and sauté pans from quality food service manufacturers.
Every chef needs quality cooking products, and that's exactly what you get when you purchase heavy-duty, durable cookware from ACityDiscount. Here at ACityDiscount, we carry an assortment of pans by industry favorite manufacturers CrestWare, Town Food Service Equipment, and Tomlinson. Our selection of fry pans include teflon fry pans with chrome or molded stay-cool handles, non-stick induction fry pans, polished aluminum natural fry pans, stainless steel fry pans, and cast iron fry pans. Tomlinson’s Supercast cast iron fry pans are the finest grade cast iron for cooking or presentation, and their natural cast iron fry pans have a natural finish for cooking. Available in a variety of sizes, this cast iron cookware can be seasoned and is long-lasting.
CrestWare aluminum sauce pans with helper handle and lid are available in 2 quart, 3.5 quart, 5.5 quart, 7-3/4, and 8.5 quart sizes. These induction ready sauce pans are made of aluminum for heavy-duty use and the extra-heavy 3-ply bottom consisting of two layers of stainless steel results in added strength and superior heat distribution. Ideal for bistros, barbecue restaurants and cafes, these saucepans are attractive, versatile and sturdy. A CityDiscount’s selection of CrestWare stainless sauté pans offer the chef value. These aluminum-clad sauté pans let you sear, sauté, pan-roast, braise and prepare flavorful pan sauces and gravies.
ACityDiscount is your #1 source for a wide range of commercial smallwares and kitchen tools to suit all types of commercial kitchen and restaurant cooking applications.
Tips from the Experts: "It is important to know how to care for cast iron frying pans before purchasing them. They should be seasoned with oil (and sometimes salt) before use, and should only be cleaned with a small amount of water. Using soap could negate the seasoning, and potentially damage the pan." - Mike