Triple Pocket Menu Covers

KNG is the world’s largest menu cover manufacturer and brings you only the best materials for your restaurant. Our Triple Pocket Menu Covers provide ample space for all kinds of restaurants to conveniently and succinctly present their menu items. Our Lowest Price Guarantee means we bring you the best price every time.

Whether you’re running a café or a fine bistro, our Triple Pocket Menu covers are made of durable materials to protect your menu pages from spills and food crumps. Supported backing and strong thread help these menus to stay in shape for years to come. Try yours out with a 90 Day Risk-Free Trial.

  • Available in Café or Fine Bistro styles
  • Fast Shipping
  • Add your restaurant’s name to the cover to look more professional
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Menu Covers FAQs

Most of our menus are made in our Nampa, Idaho USA facility. We have a small selection of imported menus from China.

• Cafe: Max 12 views (Book 4 or higher page count check for use of extra pockets)
• Casebound: Max 6 views with photo corners
• Menu Cases: Max 10 Views when photo corners
• Fine Cafe/Bistro: Max 8 view

• Heavyweight Metal Corners: Corners have 75% more clamping space than cheaper alternatives
• Durable Vinyl Backing: Scrim backing lasts 3 times longer than menu covers made with unsupported backing
• Stronger Thread: Made with bonded thread that is 100 times stronger than regular thread
• Flat Vinyl: Graphics-grade vinyl remains flat unlike cheaper film that leaves menu covers wavy

• Use Quaternary Cleaner (Quat)
• Common disinfectant made by Clorox, Lysol and SC Johnson Professional
• Least harmful to all components of the menu cover
• Provides excellent cleaning properties for oils and fingerprints
• Leaves very little residue behind, which reduces streaking
• Use Diluted Solution of Dish Soap or Shampoo Mixed with Water
• Do Not Use Citrus Cleaners, Bleach, Peroxide, Vinegar or Ammonia
• Damages thread and binding integrity, weakening the menu covers
• Large bumps may appear
• Plastic parts may become brittle
• Significant streaking and discoloration likely
• Foil may etch away

• Be Gentle Loading Inserts
• Be Gentle Stacking Inserts (Take care not to whack the corners of one menu with your other menus)
• Do Not Fold Backwards
• Store in Temperature Controlled Location
• Prevents cracking and warping
• Discourages material deterioration and discoloration
• Ideal temperature is one that is comfortable to you and your customers
• Store Flat in Small Stacks
• Stacks should not touch each other
• Avoids scratches and abrasion to binding
• Prevents lost corners
• Do Not Store in Direct Sunlight



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