Condiment Caddies and Condiment Racks

Use condiment caddies and racks to easily organize your restaurant or kitchen

Our selection of attractive condiment caddies will help to neatly contain and display the assorted condiments on your restaurant tabletop. Get the most stylish and durable condiment caddies from TigerChef. We feature a wide array of these restaurant must-haves.

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Condiments have the ability to enhance the flavor of any dish. Therefore, it's important to have the right condiment holders and accessories on hand. They add style to your food service and make condiment use more convenient for guests. Whether you’re running a café, restaurant, or hotel, condiment caddies are important.

TigerChef carries a selection of table condiment caddies that come in different shapes and sizes. You can choose chrome-plated, stainless steel, or a host of other durable and stylish designs.

Choose TigerChef

Whether you’re buying condiment caddies or any other restaurant or commercial kitchen equipment, choose TigerChef for the following reasons:

Quality Products – We only carry high-quality and reliable products. They are sure to withstand the heavy demands of any professional food service setting.

Well-Stocked – With more than 200,000 products we have in our store, you will surely find what you need to run your food service business successfully.

History of Excellence – Our store has been helping equip food service businesses, from small cafes to large restaurant chains, for more than three decades.

Kitchen Experts – You can rely on our team of kitchen product specialists since we understand which types of equipment will best meet the needs of your business.

Condiment caddies organize condiments for you, helping to improve your presentation and keep your tables well-stocked with all the condiments that diners need. Vendors design the sturdy racks in our collection for intensive, all-day commercial use on tabletops and serving stations. Caddies hold a variety of items, including sauce bottles, napkins, straws, packaged items, salt, pepper, and jellies.

The type of caddy you choose depends on the application. Some caddies, such as the Winco Round Black Wire Caddy provide a simple tray that keeps condiments contained, preventing them from spilling out across the table. Made of heavy-duty wire, these designs are perfect for cafés and restaurants with high turnover. Other options, such as the Service Ideas SB-72 Mod18 Snack Caddy, provide compartments for holding specific items. These help to arrange condiments neatly and tidily, making it easy for staff to see when items need replenishing.

Products, such as the Winco WH-1 Chrome-Plated Condiment Holder, offer a hybrid approach. They feature large central holders designed for packaged items, with flanking circular holders for salt and pepper shakers or ketchup, BBQ sauce, and mustard bottles.

Caddies in our collection offer different aesthetics to reflect your restaurant’s design. Some feature traditional wireframes – great for bistros and diners – while others offer chrome finishes – ideal for fast food restaurants and cafés. Selecting caddies with a specific appeal enables you to maintain your restaurant’s unique theme while making table layouts more practical.

Condiment Caddy Features

Condiment caddies come with a range of features designed to make them more practical and long-lasting in a restaurant environment.

Many, for instance, are made of ultra-hygienic stainless steel or are chrome-plated. These are naturally resistant to bacteria and easy to wash, either by hand or in the dishwasher.

Caddies also feature delicate ball feet. These offer smooth surfaces that prevent the unit from scratching delicate surfaces when moved.

Lightweight caddies are easy to move between tables. And many feature helpful menu holders, preventing table clutter.

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Frequently Asked Condiment Caddy Questions


What Can You Store In A Condiment Caddy?

Condiment caddies let you store virtually any condiment your diners might need. This includes salt and pepper shakers, sauce bottles and packets, items for tea and coffee, straws, and napkins.

Restaurants should choose a condiment caddy design that will benefit their customers the most. For instance, casual burger restaurants should choose caddies that hold ketchup, mustard, and other sauces guests may want to add to their meals. By contrast, open-tray caddies suit cafés better. Coffee shops will need caddies for coffee creamers, stirrers, and milk pods.


How Many Compartments Should Your Caddy Have?

The number of compartments your condiment caddy has depends on the style you want and how many items you need to store. Eateries with a lower diner turnover may prefer to arrange multiple items on a single tray and then use waitstaff to tidy these trays between customers. Others prefer a more orderly approach, placing condiments in specific holders. Ultimately, it is your choice which is most suitable for your restaurant.

Perhaps the simplest approach is to determine which condiments you will need to offer your guests and then match the caddy to those items. If you want to offer a lot of condiments already in containers, such as olive oil, soy sauce, salt and pepper shakers, and ketchup, then a generic tray design may be better. By contrast, if you want a holder for just one or two bottles or shakers, then a more specific caddy may be more appropriate.


What Are Condiment Caddies Made Of?

Condiment caddies come in various materials including food-grade steel or chrome. Many have attractive brushed or polished metal finishes, designed to make them easier to clean. Others are made of black wire which keep them looking attractive, even when diners spill condiments on them.


What Is A Garnish Tray?

Garnish trays are different from condiment caddies. They are often made of metal or ceramic and used for displaying lemons, limes, cherries, olives, nuts, or seeds. Like condiment holders, they are easy to wash in the dishwasher at the end of service.


Can I Use Condiment Caddies In Places Other Than Restaurants?

Caddies are also suitable for hotel lobbies and conference rooms. Use them to store coffee pouches, milk pods, packets of sugar, stirrers, and napkins. You can also use them for disposable cups and lids, making it easy for people to make drinks before colleagues, guests, and visitors sit down.