Starting a restaurant is a business adventure like no other. The world of hospitality is exciting and promising, but it leads to many challenges and some tough competition. If you’re considering your own restaurant startup, you need a professional consultant
From start to finish - Full Turn Key Solutions
Support for Restaurant Startups
New concept Creation
Business plan creation
Initial feasibility studies
Budget creation and management
Equipment selection, negotiation & management
Employee job description drafting
Menu and beverage development
Food and beverage permitting
Kitchen layout and design
The grand launch & beyond!
ID Restaurant Consulting services are tailored to any business size and budget. Our service will not only fit your budget but will often times pay for themselves through increased sales and/or improved efficiencies. We work with clients of all sizes and types. We provide a boutique service.
An operational analysis can give you a good overview of the current status of your restaurant and how it fares with similar restaurants in the area. You can then see what areas you need to tweak to run more efficiently.
Thinking of starting a franchise with your existing restaurant? The first step is determining whether your business is franchisable and if franchising is the right strategy. Learn about franchising your business. We've developed consulting and development services to help established franchisors prosper. Whether it's franchise sales, franchise marketing or management, our franchise audit will pinpoint areas needing improvement.
When it comes to running a smooth business, most understand that the creation of a positive and energetic environment is important. However, actually making this happen can be difficult to achieve. In order to get the right people on the bus and engaged in the pursuit of the company goal, a restaurant management company can help them take an objective approach. Managers should ensure the restaurant management training is geared toward principal-based achievement rather than focusing on tasks, and sometimes this takes outside help.
Our professionally trained spotter provides hospitality businesses such as hotels, restaurants and bars with a detailed description of typical customer experience. Whether part of a single unit or a chain, owners and managers cannot be everywhere at all times. Consequently, they can’t know what’s going on in all departments, at all units. And, unless a customer really cares about your business, he or she won’t tell you about their experiences but will definitely tell lots of other potential customers.
Performing a spotter check is one thing that owners and managers cannot do on their own, when owners and managers try to observe on their own product and service quality suddenly improves and does not provide a good representation of what the typical customer experience is.