Sitting prominent, as part of the new multi million pound Westfield mixed retail and Leisure expansion in Shepherds Bush, this new exciting brand Puttshack has grown. From the people behind Bounce & Flight Club, Puttshack is the latest Social Entertainment concept to hit London. Puttshack is an immersive and technological revolution, in crazy golf.
The brief was clear for this p, this site will do volume. The food is high quality and the service speed is paramount to the whole Puttshack experience. With a menu ranging from high volumes of fresh pizzas to sharing small plates, skewers alongside a quality burger menu, packed with innovative ideas, the kitchen needed to stand up to the challenge. The Island Bar needed to deliver on both dispense and walk up customers.
Focusing on the volume items Advance led with a 1200mm wide Angelo PO Icon chargrill, capable of delivery on all of the burger, grill, and skewer needs. Next volume item was Pizza; Advance specified the Sveba Dahlen deck oven to stand up to the task in hand, alongside this was the need for volume fryers with operational efficiency. This was solved by specifying the Falcon Infinity Gas Fryers with built in filtration.
By providing a split open pass, service efficiency was being addressed. One side lent itself to the service of Pizza, whilst the other was to deliver the various other menu items. Operational efficiency continued to the rear prep area. In a tight allocated space, we applied a galley style back of house divided into the necessary sections, to allow space for chefs to prepare away from the fast paced cookline.
Working with our expert walk in refrigeration partners we overcame some challenges in relation to plant location and pipe run lengths, to provide the required walk in chiller needed for this operation.
In the bar we modified our specialist fabricated bar stations, to deliver the requirements of the bar operations teams. Different heights of bar fridges were specified, to work with the relevant bar counter heights that the design company had allocated.