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Open a little cafe in krakow ! Any tips


Faisal 1 | 2
16 Oct 2012 #1
Hey !

I'm 26 a saudi guy I'm looking to open like small cozy cafe in krakow .. It's like the Idea of the cup cake cafe in krakow but isn't cup cake it will be cheesecake !! I was before interested to open mine in czech in city called Brno but when I was in krakow the last time really the city it's amazing .. & all the environment really super nice !

But because I been contacting & researching about all the laws & the rules in czech .. It's simpler to Poland or not !
Because they have like 2 kind open a limited company ?! Or just got the trade license ! Also about the market there
The stores for the rent how much it's cost the average for something like (50 m) also to Seattle the things there how
Much it will be my budget ?!

I try find company for consulting there in krakow ?! So they can help me in my idea but couldn't find one in the Internet so is there any recommendation because I will be krakow after 3 days?! Is there any originations to help the foragers to make there business & guid them there !

This is what I got at now
So really I'm waiting for all the tips from U

Take care
Bye
Faisal
croggers 7 | 109
16 Oct 2012 #2
Keep it fresh, homemade, simples.
Patzem 1 | 19
16 Oct 2012 #3
How about opening a cafe in Saudi??
beckski 12 | 1,617
16 Oct 2012 #4
but isn't cup cake it will be cheesecake

Providing a variety of goodies may be better, instead of offering only one type of food item for customers.
OP Faisal 1 | 2
16 Oct 2012 #5
croggers: Keep it fresh, homemade, simples.

Yeah that's sure & this is the problem with who sell some chesseckae
they keep for along time .. Also you find just only one type & really
there is many types & kinds !

Patzem: How about opening a cafe in Saudi??

The reason that's I don't want to open in my country because I want
to live outside my country for some personals reasons !

beckski: Providing a variety of goodies may be better, instead of offering only one type of food item for customers

Yeah your right but I believe there is many kinds of cheesecakes you can provide as you make it simple
of course it will be other goodies but the primary things its the cheesecake !
croggers 7 | 109
17 Oct 2012 #6
its better to have fewer fresh/good quality products than many not so fresh/good quality ;)
MoOli 9 | 484
17 Oct 2012 #7
How about opening a cafe in Saudi??

he mayne dont like all women in burka there:(
phtoa 9 | 236
17 Oct 2012 #8
This right here is by no mean racist, so please do not get offended.
There is loads of Kebab places here in Krakow, but literally they all suck! You can only get one decent Kebab in Krakow down on Swietego Wawrzynca, and even though its not very good location it is always packed with people!

Seriously, consider going into that business and make sure that you make good quality kebabs with fresh ingredients!
It'll be a hit for sure.

I know its a completely different business than a Cheesecake cafe, but I think this will give you more success and better profit.
croggers 7 | 109
17 Oct 2012 #9
You might have a point! All kebabs here are Polish'd up - cabbage, that big bread thing etc etc. Would be great to get a 'real traditional' Turkish or even Greek kebab with a lovely fresh flatbread fresh salad and decent quality meat. A real kebab is not such an unhealthy thing, fresh salad good meat etc..... Gdansk needs a good one too.
golas - | 21
17 Oct 2012 #10
Hi,

I have helped few foreigners (India, Sri Lanka) to open restaurants in Warsaw. I have also good contacts in Krakow.

I would be delighted to assist you with all paper work and explain how to do business in Poland.

You can now open LLC in Poland on-line and it will be registered within Court in 3 working days. Then you apply for statistical number (REGON) and TAX Identification Number (NIP). This will take up to 7-10 working days.

(please send me your email so I will send you more details regarding ZUS, PIT and CIT taxation)

You can contact me on my email info(at)vandg.pl

Regards,
Kamil
MoOli 9 | 484
17 Oct 2012 #11
You might have a point! All kebabs here are Polish'd up

200% true,there is no good orignal ethnic food available in Poland,saigonki with salatka,samosa with salatka,tacos with salatka,and california maki with salatka...gimmi a break...only ethnic food u get best is Polish and viatnamese that too where viatenamese eat:)
OP Faisal 1 | 2
18 Oct 2012 #12
croggers: Its better to have fewer fresh/good quality products than many not so fresh/good quality ;)

Yeah your right about that's buddy .. If its fresh & good quietly so you have the great recipe all the time for cake :)

MoOli: he mayne dont like all women in burka there:(

Isn't like about what the women wear all this stuff .. It's about I don't like the things going on in my country from the government .. You know we have like very strong royal government & they just think about there self as family not care about the country & the people .. & really I hate this ! So this is my reason why I want to move to Poland ^^

I know its a completely different business than a Cheesecake cafe, but I think this will give you more success and better profit.

I know that's .. I know how much the polish people great been 2 times there & I have many friends over there !!
& I know how they are very welcoming & helpful ! For me been in some European country but never found like the polish people so friendly !

About the kebabs things isn't one of our saudi kitchen it's just Arabic / Turkish / Greek food .. But in my country is like one of our local food it's just an Arabic food especially the north Arabic countries (Lebanon, Syria, Iraq & Jordan) ..

About the cheesecake because I love it .. Also I will be going for cocking school in France also after I done I will be work there for 6 months !! But I like to think ahead .. So it will be no more surprise in my road ^^

croggers: You might have a point! All kebabs here are Polish'd up - cabbage, that big bread thing etc etc. Would be great to get a 'real traditional' Turkish or even Greek kebab with a lovely fresh flatbread fresh salad and decent quality meat. A real kebab is not such an unhealthy thing, fresh salad good meat etc..... Gdansk needs a good one too.

As I said before isn't our special local food or our traditional food .. I wish if I'm know what is the good kebabs or not the good one because I'm vegetarian ^^

I have helped few foreigners (India, Sri Lanka) to open restaurants in Warsaw. I have also good contacts in Krakow.

Hmm thx for all this info & I will be contact with you . Big thx ^^

MoOli: 200% true,there is no good orignal ethnic food available in Poland,saigonki with salatka,samosa with salatka,tacos with salatka,and california maki with salatka...gimmi a break...only ethnic food u get best is Polish and viatnamese that too where viatenamese eat:)

Hmm yeah I notice that when I was in Poland in my last time ! But I think the problem it's who owner the restaurants they don't care about the quietly like the care about the money ! Not the all but almost all of them doing like this !!

Also what I'm looking for its a cafe who can participate in the community more than just box for money ! Like from time to time do some birthdays for an orphan kid .. Or a kid have cancer .. I have many ideas like this ^^

I hope it will be coming truth one day ^^

Thx for everybody
FaIsal
Harry
18 Oct 2012 #13
200% true,there is no good orignal ethnic food available in Poland

Utter rubbish! Some of the Indian restaurants in Warsaw are every bit as good as what can be found anywhere else in Europe. Some of the sushi places here would, according to my Japanese friends, do well in Japan. The two German sausage shops are both excellent. And the good Vietnamese places are, according to the Vietnamese people I know, well worth eating at.
mero1900 2 | 3
29 Oct 2012 #14
Hello Faisal
Contact me
I Can help you with it

Regards
Amr Abdulhady
amr[dot]abdulhady[at]gmail[dot]com


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