As a rule of thumb we recommend each diner should have an allowance of 600mm width. Industry standards dictate a common depth of 800mm for restaurants and dining, allowing enough room for dining and table dressings. A shallower depth of 700mm is also commonplace for cafe or quick eats environments where your diner might not expect to stay as long, or table settings aren’t as intricate.
We have put together a brief guide for our most common table sizes below. The most important consideration is definitely flexibility, being able to push together or separate tables quickly and easily to accommodate different group sizes.
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