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Discussion in 'Green Business' started by stiopa, Dec 12, 2008.
No matter what, my restaurant will be grand opened on April. I set it up as a low cost meal restaurant that I have plan for years. And now it is time to excute it. To sit there dreaming is not the way I use to be. Good luck to me.
It is quite true that incorporating an online food ordering software in your restaurant,s ordering services can help in proliferating your restaurant business, more importantly when you are going to start up a new restaurant. merosys.com offers an efficient and effective online food ordering system which acts as a catalyst in boosting up restaurant business.
It depends on the type of shop?
There is a place near where i live, they have a telephone (all hi tech stuff) you call them to ask if you can make an order, and they write it down, whilst your on the phone and tell you come down in 10 minutes.
Also Subway offer a service where you take a menu and next to each sandwich they do it has a box to enter how many you would like and any extras and it then has a number to fax it to.
I wouldnt really do the fax machine as your not sure whether they have received it and then have to chase it up with a call but i suppose if there are a load of people its easier to just pass it around for everyone to write what they want?
The type of business hes talking about (via PMs) i think its more likely to be a sit in type place witht he option for a take out? although i could be totally wrong.
Its all about cost, if the online system is cheap enough then it may be worth it i suppose.
When it comes to cost, online ordering helps a much in cutting the costs which a restaurateur often incurs in distributing paper/brochure based menus. Also it is much better than phone ordering as it does not leaves any chance of missing your order as the orders are sent via email to their mailbox
The last comment i completly agree with! Silly hours, we work on average 100hours a week and its a high pressure job!
They reckon 50% of restaurants are going to shut this year due to the economic crisis. The F&B industry as a whole is suffering!
It's predicted the only restaurants to come out of the other end of this are the ones which are established, mid teir, loyal clientele who aren't effected as such by the economy.
Take it from me, there are some REAL bargains out there, we know a cometitor who would gladly take 5k for his pub lease - and its a VERY busy pub!
If you need any advice just shout, but I'd think VERY carefully before jump... you might just drown!
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If you're opening for lunch in London you may want to think about the business lunch (depending on the area of course). I worked in a very popular restaurant in Bristol that didn't cater for the office workers in the area and it meant the place suffered and survived on it's evening trade alone.
You could even have buffet lunch style which could be easily affordable. Have u thought about the cusine yet?
Your idea should be excellent compared to your competitors. Any business can grow if you have the right focus.
I think this is a great idea. Haha
Well, if you're looking for a company to provide FREE consultation and CAD design services for a new kitchen project then we can do this.
Just let me know and I'll do what I can to help.
Hey this post is from 2009, wonder what happened to the OP,
99% it never happened
I found a restaurant search site where you can add your business for free. Thought it was quite a good idea. It's a bit different to other sites. Anything that doesn't cost in the current economic climate is ok by me. It's called - great foodbook