Starting Your Own Restaurant In A Few Steps – Part ONE

chef cookingStarting your own restaurant can be an exciting prospect. There are lots of emotions that will run high during this time. In spite of these high emotions, you still have to keep a level head. In keeping with this logic, I have a few suggestions on how to make sure your brand new restaurant can become the success you hoped it would be. There are quite a few tips, so this will be covered in three pages and we suggest to purchase your equipments at Restaurant Supply where you can find everything you need for your new eatery. 

So,let’s begin, shall we?

1)Before you invest any sort of time with this, make sure this is what you have your heart set on. There are lots of people who started their own eatery, only to find out they didn’t want it after all. Please make sure that you have the personality traits needed for doing this. It takes a lot more than just opening up a building and waiting for people to come in to eat. You really do have to plan on just about everything.

It’s best to sit down and really do a self-inventory on whether or not you can handle it or not. This goes for both the good and bad times. Is your heart really invested into this 100%?

2)Be sure your idea for your eatery is 100% your idea. Do some investigating. Don’t just do something because it’s popular right now. Here’s the thing. Fads and trends come and go. Which means, your eatery could be hot one minute, and then cold the next. Make sure your eatery has the brand and planning to move forward, even after all the others have failed around you. This really takes a lot of planning on your part. Please plan ahead wisely.

restaurant3)IS your eatery going to be something that others need. It’s best to really take stock on what you want your menu to be. If there are already 5 other places that serve burgers and sandwiches, why would they want to come to your place? Even if you do go ahead with this idea, make sure it’s something unique. You really have to make sure you are bringing something to the table that no one else is.

4) Write down your ideas. Translate them to a business plan. Your investors are not going to take a chance, unless you have it all written down in ink. In other words, it has to be plausible. It has to be concrete. You have to be serious about what you are doing. There are already too many fly-by-night eateries that come and go. You have to make sure your business plan is solid enough to be sold.

Kitchen Equipment for a Standard Kitchen
• Oven
• Grill
• Freezer
• Deep fryer
• Sauté Pans
• Soup Pots
• Tongs and Spatulas
• Baking Pans
• Chef’s Knives
• Pizza Screens
• Mixing bowls
• Fire Extinguisher
• Hand soap dispenser

With the above equipment you will be able to set a good kitchen for a small restaurant, and as your job grows, you will continue buying more types of equipment.

Continue on to page two please….