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Opening Kebab shop or Malaysian restaurant in Poland?


emras78  
28 Jun 2008 /  #61
hello evreone
i have kebab shop in warsaw and i back my country to turkey and ı want sell thıs shop 40.000 zloty 30 meter and 5 table street ıs wolska centrum in warsaw.if interesting mail me

duvar78@hotmail
Guest  
23 Sep 2008 /  #62
Hi

My name is Aamir from London. I visit Warsaw very often.
I am a great fan of Turkish Cusine, But to be honest in Warsaw I don't find any Turkish kebab place to be up to the standards. They don't represent turkish food. Infact it is not just kebabs, what about humus, lamajun, Tajiki and everything else

I want to start a business in Warsaw but still thinking. I read your add, Your Idea is great would like to know more about it.

Aamir
aamir_maky@yahoo
Lodz_The_Boat 32 | 1,535  
23 Sep 2008 /  #63
Turkish Cusine

No where near Indian cuisine.

And... why you wanna bring another turkish resturant here?... I mean... go ahead if you want!...
sn0opy 1 | 2  
19 Apr 2009 /  #64
hi fathi , is your kebab kiosk opened now ? I'm malaysian , coming to poland too .. wondering if i can taste malaysian kebab in poland ..
Bensahin - | 2  
27 Apr 2009 /  #65
Apr 27, 09, 11:34 - Thread attached on merging:
Take away Kebab House

Hi Guys,

Is anyone know how to set up a take away kebab shop in Poland?
Sury 3 | 18  
27 Apr 2009 /  #66
Well i opened a restaurant in Poland, and i've been opened 6 months, and from experience can tell you a Malaysian restaurant would be more profitable, there a lots of kebeb shops already !!!
Tini Jane - | 7  
29 Apr 2009 /  #67
Sooo.....where is the Malaysian restaurant in Poland??? Ive been to so many places in Poland but never heard abt that??...As a Malaysian living in europe, I would be very proud to go to the Malaysian restaurant when im visiting Poland again, next week :)
PennBoy 76 | 2,436  
29 Apr 2009 /  #68
I've actually never ate a Kebab i know it's Turkish and is from lamb, but how does it taste? is it good?
Cardno85 31 | 976  
29 Apr 2009 /  #69
If it's open, are you still sticking to traditional recipes? I know a lot of places open in Glasgow and withing a week are serving the same rubbish as chinese take-aways. If it is a proper malay restaurant then I will be there with bells on.

Infact, stick me up a few satays and a decent rendang and I'm yours!
King Sobieski 2 | 716  
29 Apr 2009 /  #70
I've actually never ate a Kebab i know it's Turkish and is from lamb, but how does it taste? is it good?

get a pita/turkish roll, put some lamb, lettuce, onion and tomato and a smack of garlic sauce and it will be similar.
mus  
28 Jun 2009 /  #71
i'm a malaysian working outstation in swiebodzin.
just went to a kebab restaurant in the town. the taste is ok, maybe coz i've never had kebab before.

here, definitely no malaysian restaurant, yet. in general, i can see pubs fill more than restaurants.
you definitely need to price the food correctly to compensate volume.
but anyhow, a different type of food wouldn't hurt. id try something new.

a bit out of topic here: the ladies in poland are HOT! a sight for sore eyes. :)

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