Serve hors d'oeuvres and miniature desserts in style with our Black Aqua Bowls. Featuring a sleek black finish and contemporary curved design, these small plastic bowls are ideal for buffets, banquets, and other catering events. These modern black bowls feature a strong and sturdy plastic construction that is conveniently disposable and fully recyclable. Designed with 1.4-inch raised edges, these mini plastic bowls are an excellent serving solution for saucier appetizers, salads, and desserts. Use these black disposable dessert bowls to serve individual portions of a decadent chocolate tart, or as a mess-free way to serve a garlicky seafood risotto! Each of these recyclable plastic bowls can contain up to 6 ounces of your favorite snacks, sides, or sweets. Each bowl holds up to 6 ounces and is shipped in bulk in a 100 count box.
|RWP0082B Product Details|
|Pack Size||100 X 1 BX|
|Product Length||3.25 inches|
|Product Width||3.25 inches|
|Product Height||1.4 inches|
|Product Size||null ounces|
- Elegant.Bowls looked elegant, filled up with our dessert treats at my son's wedding reception. Even had a lot of guests ask us where they could get these bowls, of course, I said here at Restaurantware.
- Can't beat the price or loveliness of these bowls.I just wanted to say that you can't beat the price of these bowls, they are very affordable. Plus, you can't beat the loveliness of them, either, they are very pretty. I use these a lot at home and in my catering company.
- A Really Great Bowl.These are really great bowls, we use them all the time in the restaurant where I work as a chef. They are really pretty and very heavy duty.
- Nothing bad to say about this bowlI have nothing bad to say about this bowl, only great things. I have used it for serving many different types of food and the crowds that I have served to have been very impressed by this lovely bowl.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.