if the restaurant has a decent product to start with then it stands a chance.
What is the point of trying to fool people with 95 percent pre cooked
Presuming that the restaurant has decent food and the rest of the package it
stands a chance of working.
Cooking lessons are not not a good idea unless a premises are
organised for such an event. Can explain this in detail if you like.
In the next village there is a business which seems to be working well.
I say seems....because I have no idea of their figures....of course.
But it is working because it has hit the spot.
Operated by a young man....AS far as I know...he opens the
restaurant for the summer season and he seems to run with very
The prices are reasonable and the food matches.
The setting is just by the river and he sets up camp each
year.....takes him 2 days to reconstruct.....along side this project he
takes care of rides along the river.
I imagine he is in his early twenties and that he does something else for
work in the winter.
All your ideas about music and special events have gone through my mind....
They are difficult....but not impossible.
A Vinyard near by has a yearly food and music event....they sell masses of their wines and
have a decent band playing....it is a great success.
A chateau along the road has opened for teas at the week ends....if she gets it right she will sell
Corporate image, uniforms and websites are not imperative or even needed for a country
restaurant. A bit of imagination and ability is, however essential.....
The days of the Stock Pot have long gone.
And the ability to find something to rent or buy in the Kings Road, Chelsea have
long gone with the inflated rents and rates in London.
My flat kitchen was well used....