Quality is a top priority at the Poulet Purée – so MEIKO is the perfect choice
Poulet Purée is a new 400-seat restaurant in Paris specialising in chicken and mashed potato. Owner Fabrice Raoult previously developed the 300-strong ‘La Pataterie’ restaurant group in France and now wants to create another chain. Situated at Seguin Island in Boulogne-Billancourt, Poulet Puree uses only the high welfare ‘Label Rouge’ chickens.
These are slow growing birds, reared free-range in traditional style. They live twice as long as a standard bird and taste much better too. The birds are grain-fed, with no GMOs or dairy products. Each chicken bears the name of its breeder on a ring, a guarantee of total traceability to consumers. Very satisfied with the quality, he chose MEIKO for Poulet Puree, selecting an M-iClean UM GiO for glassware and a DV 80.2 for dishes.
“Each thing has a taste and each thing has a cost. Quality is priceless with regard to the serenity it brings you when you manage a restaurant and you know that you can run your daily business with the certainty you won’t have any problem,” says Raoult.
Raoult’s obsession is quality – of the food, service and the kitchen and bar equipment – but he is also very sensitive to water and energy consumption and has already noticed great improvements thanks to the smart energy system management of the
M-iClean U. He took into consideration MEIKO’s supportive customer relations and the excellent technical competence of its technicians.
Raoult chose MEIKO’s GiO reverse osmosiswater treatment system for his wine glasses. Poulet Purée offers a large choice of wines and Raoult demanded sparkling and spot free cleaning results. Moreover, he underlines the fact that there is no need to polish dishware after washing which means less breakages and reduced staff cost.
For clients who want their glasses and dishes to sparkle, improving the water quality is essential – and that calls for demineralisation or osmosis.
Water does not always behave the same way when we clean with it. Some of the minerals it contains can inhibit performance by leaving those familiar ugly and unappetising smears on cutlery and glasses. In dishwashers they may deposit a fur commonly known as limescale.