Industry News | March 3, 2016

Twisted Root Installs New Oil Management Solution

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Restaurant Technologies is pleased to announce its partnership with Twisted Root Burger Co., the Dallas-based, award-winning restaurant brand. With 11 new total oil management solution installations from Restaurant Technologies, the burger joint reports several successes to its back-of-house operations.

“We are committed to helping Twisted Root maintain its position in the thriving and competitive Dallas restaurant scene,” says Janine French, regional sales manager, Restaurant Technologies. “Now more than ever, restaurants need safer, smarter kitchens to ensure front-of-house needs are maintained.”

Twisted Root is an energetic, burger-loving restaurant in the heart of Dallas and boasts the Dallas Observer’s Best Burger Award 2008–2015. Featured on the Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives,” the first Twisted Root restaurant opened in 2005 and has won many awards, including Best Creative and Vegetarian Burger in Dallas­–Fort Worth, and named as having one of the top 10 turkey burgers in the United States.

“The expectations to maintain excellent food quality have exponentially increased since being featured on the Food Network,” says Lauren McMillan, marketing director of Twisted Root. “Efficient, consistent, and safe back-of-house operations are critical to maintaining the standards that lead to award-winning restaurants.”

In addition to maintaining food quality, the Restaurant Technologies system has helped Twisted Root keep its curb appeal across its establishments, which are primarily located in high-end shopping centers. “The last thing anyone wants to see are huge tanks of cooking oil being transported through the parking lot,” McMillan says. “Now we can keep things simple and clean.”

Twisted Root anticipates a network-wide installation of the Restaurant Technologies oil management system in the future.

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