Restaurant planning includes all the basic necessities you getting a start-up restaurant plan right, making a draft of all the information and checking food manual to get an idea about the ingredients to get the restaurant business going. The section will also detail on the making a sound restaurant business plan so as to save you time and frustration in the long run to start your restaurant.

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Pop-up restaurants: Up, serve & win

Pop-up restaurants allow new products to gain exposure in a rapidly changing market with very low risk attached.

BY Nusra  |  Mar 06, 2014  |  comments ( 0 )  | 

At your service!

Ensuring quality service in a restaurant is of great importance as it works as a deciding factor for consumers to choose a particular restaurant over others.

BY Nusra  |  Jan 06, 2014  |  comments ( 0 )  | 

Recipe for Food Business

For a restaurant to succeed, the owner should first determine who the customers will be and what would the restaurant want to serve.

BY Nusra  |  Nov 08, 2013  |  comments ( 0 )  | 

Consultant for your restaurant business

A restaurant business consultant is helpful when you have the seed-fund with you but lack the practical know-how of starting up.

BY Sharmila Das  |  Oct 29, 2013  |  comments ( 0 )  | 

What turns Customers into Fans?

In today's competitive hospitality business, you don't want employees. You want people who share the same passion as you do.

BY Nusra  |  Sep 23, 2013  |  comments ( 0 )  | 

Involvement of senses in your Restaurant

Food is an art and to praise any art it needs to excite your five senses. How can customer's senses be worked for your restaurant?

BY Nusra  |  Sep 17, 2013  |  comments ( 0 )  | 

How can your Restaurant 'Go Green'?

Huge garbage is created when restaurants waste significant amount of energy, food and water. How can this trend be reversed?

BY Nusra  |  Jul 02, 2013  |  comments ( 0 )  | 

9 Reasons that give Restaurant a Short Life

Restaurants fail not because of one problem but a combination of problems. As per American Express 90% of restaurants fail in the first year; Cornell University asserts that nearly 60% fail in the first and 80% fail in the first three to five years of ope

BY Nusra  |  May 24, 2013  |  comments ( 2 )  | 

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