Restaurant Setup

Pre-Opening & Post Opening Service

Startup - Restaurant Setup

Do You Dream of Starting a Restaurant? Our F&B Consulting Team Can Help Make it a Reality.

The art of starting a restaurant and turning it into a successful business requires an enormous amount of knowledge and know-how that even the most experienced operators might find daunting. Not our team. Our restaurant & hospitality consulting team have the years of service and operational experience, hotel F&B, bar operation F&B, and industry expertise to guide you on your journey every step of the way to start a restaurant business.​

Equipped with comprehensive start-up checklists that cover every area of the restaurant business, from F&B concept development and opening to logistics and operations to front of house and back office, we will devise a winning plan to help take your vision of starting a restaurant or hotel F&B to reality. Take the first step. ​ Get in touch.

Pre Opening Services

Concept Development

Concept development for restaurants involves planning details for many practical issues instead of just choosing a style of cuisine. Choosing whether a restaurant focuses on upscale, casual or fast food is important, but other critical issues in developing

Market Analysis

Industry competition will continue to intensify. Analyze your competitors, and determine what unique benefits your restaurant can provide to attract customers. Identify possible commercial suppliers and local farms that provide the types of foods

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Kitchen layout

When opening a new restaurant business, choosing the right restaurant kitchen design is essential for success. Our team of experts created unique layout and list of essential equipment, so you can be sure that all of your bases are covered when outfitting your kitchen.

Menu Planning

At the heart of your restaurant concept is the menu. It is your calling card to the public. The secret to working out of a small restaurant kitchen is cross-utilizing ingredients and learning to work with only a few different kitchen stations.

Interior Design

Industry competition will continue to intensify. Analyze your competitors, and determine what unique benefits your restaurant can provide to attract customers. Identify possible commercial suppliers and local farms that provide the types of foods

Marketing

Once you are open for business, it’s time to start advertising. If you aren’t sure where to start with your social media campaign, find other local places and follow them. There is no reason to reinvent the wheel.

Hiring & Training

Did you know that hiring and training employees is a real investment for your business? Not only is it a real investment for the restaurant but well trained employees help to build a better

Post Opening Services

Operation Management

Effective restaurant management balances many different targets and processes to create a seamless operation. Food and labor costs, inventory tracking, staff training, food production, customer service, and marketing are part of daily restaurant management.

Human Resource management

It’s nearly impossible when your industry turnover rate exceeds 70 percent and you’re spread out over hundreds of locations. That’s why leading brands leverage technology to make smart hires, organize employee information and implement training programs. Restrosol eliminates HR headaches without complex management.

Accounting & Cost Control

if you have too much food going out of the restaurant in waste bins and doggy bags, you are literally throwing away cash and need to monitor your inventory levels and portion sizing.

SOP Development

A restaurant business requires a preset list of rules and norms to work efficiently. The restaurant SOP should focus on how you want your brand to look in the eyes of the customer. Things like hygiene of the staff, how is the food prepared, etc. is included in the restaurant SOP.

Monthly Reporting

It is important to know that which are the most crucial ones that you need to monitor on a daily basis. Sales, expense, inventory, and marketing reports will enable you to keep a very keen eye on all your restaurant operations and make the necessary changes in the required fields.

Staff Training

In addition, enforcing a standardized training program as part of your restaurant operations management strategy can help offset long-term costs by reducing employee turnover - new employees are much more likely to succeed when they’re made aware of all best practices and policies that make up the restaurant experience.

Auditing

The most challenging part of auditing your restaurant chain for operational consistency isn’t the collection of data—it’s the analysis and follow-up. Operators used to spend weeks deciphering data and navigating options. New mobile technology turns weeks into seconds.

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