We all know that a cafe, food bar or restaurant in a castle, museum or theme park will make the most revenue by providing a quality offer in a pleasant environment.
Here is a list of warning signs you can easily remedy should you find them at your place;
- Sausages rolls with 13% “meat”
- A long queue
- Ready meals like in your local boozer
- Carton sandwiches from yesterday
- Plastic jiggers of milk
- Walkers crisps (again, like the local boozer)
- Sausages with 38% “port extract”
- Fruit juices made from concentrate
- Post mix pop in paper cups
- Cash and carry branded sachets of ketchup
- Coffee machines with powdered coffee and/or milk
- Microwaved pasties or pasties
- Scones that are none-too fresh
- Refrigerated cake, full of stodge
- A salad bar where the salad is flagging – let’s keep it fresh, folks!
- Chicken, that has flown in on a plane
- A super fatty child offer, with free chips
- Plastic (cutlery especially)
- Pots of no-name jam
- “No babies, please”
If you need me to explain these to you, there is almost certainly room for you to make improvements. There are no excuses or “but…” which can pass the muster here.