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Kitchen supplies - professional - disHare
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disHare shop in Puerto del Rosario is the main go-to for new restaurants and cafes looking to get everything they need to set up their kitchens. Need a 50L saucepan or a 1m paella pan - plenty here! 'Articulos para Hosteleria'
They have a good selection of everything you think you need and a lot you never knew you needed albeit some of it is pretty basic/plain. Kitchen implements, professional knives, chopping boards to die for (but too heavy for me to lift!), crockery, cutlery, glassware, cleaning supplies in bulk, hundreds of pots/pans/baking dishes, takeaway containers, cake boards, icing bags, giant rolls of cling film, aprons, hats, teacloths, loo rolls. At the opposite end of the shop through a strange middle bit are tables, chairs, stainless steel work benches, meat slicers, buckets, storage boxes etc.
They also carry a large range of washers and other fiddly little bits and pieces, presumably for repairing kitchen machines.
Easy to spend half an hour browsing through everything!

Finding it is not quite so easy as it is in the middle of the one-way system in the El Charco area of Puerto in Calle Viriato. Seen from Calle la Pesca:

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Living my dream
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