A good restaurant is not only about the food. Its about the design, the layout and ambience. Setting a restaurant is more a science that beauty. What you think is beautiful might suit the people dining there. Here’s a simple inforgraphic on the Psychological Aspects of Setting Up a Restaurant.Read more
You hàve this great idea for a restaurant or a yummy family recipe that you think people might bite into. You want to go into the food business. Like mentioned before, the restaurant business is the most challenging business to start. Majority restaurants don’t survive the first few years of opening. A cheaper alternative is to set up your food truck to try and see if your Grandma’s Recipe will go down well the people.
Here is an article on the pros and cons of setting up a food truck business as oppose to a restaurant. Below is an exceprt from the article, if you want to know click on the link below.
Your restaurant is doing well for dinner. Its always full. You need to add more revenue but you can’t or don’t want to extend your restaurant. What do you do. Just add another meal period. The next best meal period if you are in a office district is lunch. Most people go out for lunch. But there are a few things you need to do to increase your lunch patronage. Lunch is a whole different ball game. People that dine want something fast and not too pricey.
Here is an article from RestauranNews.com on how to boost your lunch business. Read the excerpt below and if you want to know more then click on the link.
In recent years, I’ve discovered that scrumptious looking photographs will entice people’s buying decision. If you follow most Restaurant Marketing Sites lately, they usually advocate the use of photo sharing sites. Some examples are Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook and even Snapchat. Make use of photos throughout your website as well as the social media sites. Beautiful photos are generally and reshared around the internet. All off which will attract new customer to your restaurant.Read more
One of my latest favourite reality show is “Restaurant Impossible”. This show is about a Celebrity Chef and Restauranteur Robert Irvine trying to save failing restaurants around America. He has only 2 days and USD 10,000 to save the restaurant. One might think that a restaurant fails because of bad food, service or even decorations. But there’s other factors than those listed above.
In this article Robert Irvine shares 7 factors that determines whether a restaurant will succeed or fail. Below is an exceprt from the article if you want to know more then click on the link below.