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SPACIOUS FIRST FLOOR RESTAURANT carpeted. Tables & chairs providing seating for 100 persons. BAR with 2 hand pumps, 2 double door glass fronted counter fridges, sink.
LEVEL KITCHEN with tiled...
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SPACIOUS SINGLE FRONTED PREMISES with carpet tiled floor, energy saving lighting. Counter, electronic cash register. 4 chairs for customers waiting.
OPEN PLAN KITCHEN with non-slip floor, stainle...
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Catering Businesses in the catering industry have continued to enjoy popular growth throughout all stages of the economic cycle. A typical high street may have catering businesses, fast food establishments and restaurants where patrons can choose the culinary experience their socio economic group desire.
A career catering businesses catererís working day has natural busy periods, but with good preparation and flexible staffing gross profits of 70% plus are achievable. Many catererís maximise revenue generated against premises costs developing a takeaway service to compliment their high street presence, some even offering a home or office delivery option. Outside catering including corporate buffets provide another lucrative income stream, and, diversify risk.
Running a catering businesses is a dynamic venture which, when conscientiously managed, can achieve significant financial rewards.
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