Opening a restaurant can be an immensely daunting task. With so many factors to consider, it’s good to have a simple checklist to get the basic considerations down first. Here’s our list for a few things you can use as a starting point when starting to plan your journey to opening your own restaurant.
You may have heard about restaurants that have a huge queue waiting outside before they even start their first day of operations. On their first day, how could this be possible? We narrowed down some ways to get people to hear about your restaurant before they’ve even tasted the food.
It’s said that your food brings the customers to the restaurant, but it is the service that keeps them coming back. Here are some of our casual conversation tips for restaurant servers in Singapore!
Dr Koh Poh Koon, Senior Minister of State for Trade and Industry and National Development, announcing Zeemart as the national platform for eProcurement.
Imagine a restaurant with no words being spoken between staff – just people moving on their own and doing what they wanted. Or even an empty restaurant because no one knew when they were being scheduled for work that day?
Some insider tips from experienced F&B professionals and we suggest some aspects of running a F&B business in Singapore that you can keep an eye out for when starting your own restaurant!