Serving carts are also used in households.
- Dessert cart – This is mainly used in restaurants where it is wheeled from table to table allowing customers to select a dessert.
- Dim sum cart – Used in Chinese restaurants, this type of cart contains a steam table to keep the bamboo steamers hot. It may be wheeled by servers from table to table or be stationary.
- Cocktail or wine cart
- Airline service trolley – This standardized cart contains numerous shelves to hold passenger meals. The top surface may be used for beverages.
Cocktail-cart service in drawing by Marguerite Martyn, 1920
Airline service trolley, about 2004
Dim sum serving cart in Chicago, 2006
- Food cart – a mobile kitchen that is set up on the street to facilitate the sale and marketing of street food to people
- Lazy Susan
- List of restaurant terminology
- TV tray table
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