Charvet flue-free kit helps Bromley College host Kitchen Impossible with Michel Roux Jr


Channel 4’s new TV series featuring Michel Roux Jnr mentoring eight young people with varying disabilities, ranging from Tourette’s Syndrome to blindness was filmed at Bromley College’s Hospitality, Food and Enterprise Career College – based at its Orpington campus.

Kitted out with medium sized but heavy duty Charvet Pro700 cooking suites, the kitchens have no protruding oven flues or central service spines to obscure the view over the cooking area, helping lecturers keep an eye on students and also making camera work much easier for Channel 4!

The new Career College is one of only three in the country pioneering a new Career College concept. This aims to provide young people with a robust academic education, while equipping them with practical skills within specific industries. The venture is backed by high profile advisors, including representatives from the Hilton, Hyatt, Dorchester Group and Springboard UK. Additionally, TV chefs Chris and James Tanner are celebrity patrons.

impossible_kitchen_michel_roux_2“The Charvet Pro700 proved the ideal choice for classes,” says Gerry Shurman, Consultant, Bromley College.

“We know Charvet equipment is robust and durable and provides good value for money. More importantly it is as safe at it gets for training students, easy to clean and maintain. Another advantage of Pro700 is that there are no protruding oven flues or central service spines to obstruct the view, so teaching staff can see everything that is going on.”

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