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Advice needed on opening a Brazilian style cafe/bistro in Krakow or Warsaw (best place / price)


akresti 2 | 4    
9 Jan 2013  #1
Hello.

I am planning to open bistro/cafe in Poland. It will be very typical with special things from my country.

But I am still thinking about the best place to open, the price and if there is any place where I can make the store and have, uppstairs or even in the back, my own flat.

For those who have experience, is 100.000,00 zl enough to start? Thinking about people to work (1 or 2), rent and taxes?

thanks
poland_    
9 Jan 2013  #2
I am planning to open bistro/cafe in Poland. It will be very typical with special things from my country.

Here is a chain with the Brazil theme: browardebrasil.pl
michalcore - | 1    
10 Jan 2013  #3
Hello Akresti,

What are the special things from your country?

I can help you with the place in the city center, you can write me an email or PM if you're interested.

have a nice day!
Michael
OP akresti 2 | 4    
7 Oct 2014  #4
Somebody could help me with all information needed to open a business in Krakow/Warsaw? Like I said, the business will be brazilian style. Music, etc and food. I would like to have a menu with different foods from different regions of our country. Not like this Browardebrasil. I am planning something smaller and with more stile.. Thanks in advance.
PC_Sceptic - | 70    
7 Oct 2014  #5
Food, restaurant. Love Brazilian food.
No matter which cuisine, North, Northeast, South or Southeast.
Come back here with the address, when you are up and running. :)
Good Luck.
OP akresti 2 | 4    
7 Oct 2014  #6
For now, only cooking for my wife's family when visiting them. lol. Let's see if we can get all information and start this project! My idea is to focus on Minas Gerais food, since they use a lot of pork meat. Also pão de queijo, biscoito de polvilho, goiabada, etc etc. Cheers!


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