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Milse, Auckland

Exquisite cakes, pastries and decadent degustation menus make Milse a must-visit for dessert devotees. Touted as a ‘sugar temple’, laden with sophisticated sweet treats and local desserts that change with the seasons, Milse is led by master patissier Brian Campbell and is located in Auckland’s Britomart. With both dine in and take-away options available, Milse’s restaurant is a haven for those with a sweet tooth.

Custom Refrigerated Display Cabinet at Milse
Custom Refrigerated Display Cabinet at Milse

The art of creating delicate desserts is dependent on maintaining critical operating temperatures. A custom built SKOPE SK has been incorporated into the interior to suit the needs of chef Brian Campbell and his team.

SKOPE Backbar
SKOPE Backbar
SKOPE Pegasus Upright Food Storage Fridge
SKOPE Pegasus Upright Food Storage Fridge

Front of house Milse also features a SKOPE Backbar in the bar area and two Pegasus upright fridges for easy access to food storage.

Back of house Milse have also made use of SKOPE's clever food storage solutions with the Pegasus refrigerated drawers - 12 drawers to keep all your ingredients organised yet easily accessible.

SKOPE Pegasus 12 Drawer Fridge
SKOPE Pegasus 12 Drawer Fridge

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“SKOPE produce a visually pleasing and efficient range of kitchen refrigeration units.”

Damian Heads- Executive Chef, Steel Bar and Grill

“When we knew we needed a walk in cool room there was only one name we looked into and that was SKOPE.”

Jo-Ann Moss- Owner, Best Blooms

“SKOPE’s series of temperature controlled fridges, which keep red wine at the optimum temperature, were the perfect solution to keep members happy.”

Lachlan Furnell- CEO, Queensland Cricketers' Club

“With Irinox we get a consistent, high quality result; we don't need to hire ovens; we're cutting our power bill, reducing waste and gaining higher yields.”

Lil Huckle- Food Services Manager and Executive Chef, White Tie Catering

“In the bar, we had SKOPE design fridges with glass fronts and soft lighting to showcase the variety of wines on offer. The resulting colour from the illuminated bottles contributes to the warmth and character of the bar.”

Damian Heads- Executive Chef, Steel Bar and Grill

“Irinox ensures croissants, and other products, hold their temperature and shape before they are shock frozen.”

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