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Start your Own Business

The decision of opening your own restaurant means you have passion and experience for the food and drink industry. Food is associated with the cultural heritage of the country which will be represented in menu of the restaurant. The menu will also reflect the individual openness and knowledge to other cultures through the presentation of different dishes from other countries.

Therefore, a business plan will be needed to ensure all the information is captured when considering opening a restaurant. This will include the following details:

  • The Type of Restaurant
  • Food and Beverage Menu
  • Targeted Customers
  • Location
  • Professional Chefs and Qualified Employees
  • Decoration and equipment

Note: Other items are needed to start a restaurant which will be your greatest single asset for turning your dream into reality.

To have a successful restaurant you have to study the market and conduct SWOT analysis. A SWOT analyzes the strength, weakness, opportunities, and threats for opening your own restaurant. A solid business plan can help build foundation in opening your own restaurant to where you can eventually provide an outstanding service for the customer in regards to the quality of food, service and hygiene.

16 Tips for starting your own restaurant

  1. Do a self-inventory.
  2. Ask JRA and MoTA for Classification and Licensing Procedures.
  3. Write a Business Plan.
  4. Identify your Market.
  5. Determine the Cost.
  6. Establish a Budget.
  7. Determine the Legal Structure.
  8. Select the Company- Restaurant Name.
  9. Register your Business Name.
  10. Determine Tax obligations.
  11. Secure permits and licenses.
  12. Buy insurance (For Company , Employees and visitors).
  13. Interview and hire the right employees.
  14. Set the Food and Beverage Menu.
  15. Make sure to provide outstanding customer service and outstanding quality of hygiene and food.
  16. Ask JRA and MoTAon Procedures to Classify and Register your Restaurant .