Wooden serving tray for food and drink.
Waiters, flight attendants, and servants require a tray to carry food and drink from the galley to the consumer without spilling it over the floor, uniform, or the consumer themselves. They must also be able to carry multiple orders at once in order to serve more people at a time. They may either use serving carts and play demolition derby, or use serving trays, bent upwards at the edges to help keep the contents in, and carry it calmly and safely to those that need it. Their effectiveness makes them popular in restaurants, home kitchens, and even surgeons at the operating table.
Sold in most kitchenware stores.