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LOOKING FOR HELP AND INFORMATION TO OPEN INDIAN RESTAURANT IN POLAND.....


mandysidhu 1 | 2    
9 Jan 2010  #1
i m from india(punjab)I live in rzeszow(podkarpackie) i am looking to open INDIAN RESTAURANT in this city.and i am searching for help..for ex for information how to make this,supliers,cook..if anyone can help me here??
omalley 2 | 27    
9 Jan 2010  #2
Hi my friend.

Opening a business in Poland is quite a task, I am going through the process now. The best advice I can give you is you MUST get professional help. There are many steps to opening a business in Poland and they ALL must be made in the correct order, there are no short cuts what so ever. Make sure your business plan is water tight and 100% solid as the running costs of owning a business in Poland is quite high, and the costs and taxes are paid monthly, and from the date your business is registered, even if your business has no income. I was told the easiest way to start a business is to BUY an established business that is already registered and trading. BUT do get professional help.
Tutus    
9 Jan 2010  #3
I might know someone who can help you in that area. So what are you doing in Rzeszow and how long have you been there?
OP mandysidhu 1 | 2    
9 Jan 2010  #4
thnaks very much for reply..i was student here but i quit my study..i am married here since almost 1 year and i am living in rzeszow since 3 years.i understood what you wrote.i will try get some professional help for this.i would be realy greatfull to you if you can help me in anyway.
Harry    
9 Jan 2010  #5
Suppliers will be no problem at all: there are lots of Indian restaurants in Warsaw, at least ten and more opening every month. If they can get what they need here, I'm sure you can too.
OP mandysidhu 1 | 2    
9 Jan 2010  #6
thx for reply...yes you are right.but you know i am new in this field and want to get informations from all sides.i hope i will get something from this side...
clewinton    
9 Jan 2010  #7
Hello,

Spent quite a lot of time working in Warsaw this year and tried quite a few indian resterants, and to be fair I was not impressed. Only one which I tried had what I would call good indian food, and even there the service was poor.

Not sure of the area you are in, but I would suspect a "good" indian resterant would go down very well. I personally feel a more traditional style would be nice, as most seem to go down the modern route.

Thanks

Charles
convex 20 | 3,984    
9 Jan 2010  #8
send a message to "Sarul Islam" here on the forums, his restaurant should be a model for all Indian restaurants in Poland :)
Lodz_The_Boat 33 | 1,534    
9 Jan 2010  #9
i was student here but i quit my study..i am married here since almost 1 year and i am living in rzeszow since 3 years.

Was education coming between you and your business ideas? Was it biting you on ur ass?

Education is light. You missed it, and oneday you will surely regret. Is your wife polish? ... how could she let you quit your studies?

I wish good luck to you for your business. But dont get cheated. Do something which you know well! Dont ever rely on anyone, no matter how good they are. Thats all I want to say!

his restaurant should be a model for all Indian restaurants in Poland :)

And he will tell him his secrets? :D
kunal_moondra - | 2    
20 Jan 2010  #10
Indian Food is a cold business here now.!
kumarsan - | 5    
31 Jan 2010  #11
hello mandysidhu, in which part of rzeszow do u live? twoj numer telefonu mozesz mi podac thanks.
fhuda - | 1    
1 Feb 2010  #12
I could help you Mandy. Feel free to contact me.
convex 20 | 3,984    
1 Feb 2010  #13
And he will tell him his secrets? :D

he can help with the contacts to suppliers...for some reason, I don't think he'll have a problem giving contacts for a non competing restaurant hundreds of kms away :)

I'll tell the secret, keep it clean, use quality ingredients, provide good service. Stick to that, and it'll work. Go after the easy money, and the margins won't be large enough to sustain it in the long run.
aligator_s - | 77    
1 Feb 2010  #14
I'm from India (Punjab)I live in Rzeszow (Podkarpackie) i am looking to open INDIAN RESTAURANT in this city.

think about offering catering services for business meetings/conferences. you do not need to have any premises other than your home kitchen. that way you get the business people of Rzeszow to sample your food without you having to fork out renting restaurant space.

see if you cannot do a deal with a hotel where you use their kitchen space to reheat the food you have earlier prepared, as long as the hotel is providing the conference space, they may be agreeable as hotels as they are not so busy for lunch.

remember you are cooking for the Polish market but don't take out all the spices from the dishes and expect to receive racist comments.

alternatively find a pub and offer to run some curry nights for them. test the market well before sinking all your life savings into a restaurant. Rzeszow might not be ready for Indian food yet.

good luck
inkrakow    
1 Feb 2010  #15
you do not need to have any premises other than your home kitchen.

Unfortunately this is absolutely not true. To make food that you sell to the general public you need a Sanepid-approved kitchen - two entrances, seperate areas for washing vegetables, eggs and plates, a certified dishwasher (not a domestic one), tiled walls etc etc. You and anyone working in the kitchen also need to have a valid Karta Zdrowia. It's a bureaucratic nightmare.
aligator_s - | 77    
1 Feb 2010  #16
Unfortunately this is absolutely not true.

I stand corrected. thank you for the comment

what I do not understand is when I have attended large dinner parties, the caterers have used the host's oven and kitchen. these caterers came from top class hotels and restaurants. I assume that they were breaking the law.

the pub idea would work better

sinking all your money into a niche restaurant without testing the local market is madness
inkrakow    
1 Feb 2010  #17
what I do not understand is when I have attended large dinner parties, the caterers have used the host's oven and kitchen. these caterers came from top class hotels and restaurants. I assume that they were breaking the law.

I think it depends where the prep work was done. Using semi-prepared ingredients cuts down on the amount of bureaucracy (which is why all these zapiekanka/grill stands manage to operate) but usually cuts down on quality. A friend of mine is a caterer and she can finish dishes off (i.e. bake or cook it) at her client's house but to comply with the law, all the prep has to be done in an approved kitchen and has to be transported in washable containers (the kitchen has to have a seperate area for washing them) in a car with a washable interior/compartment. Even for a private party. It's nuts.
Sury 3 | 18    
19 Feb 2010  #18
Hi i can help as i have one in Poland.
noel    
26 Feb 2010  #19
Mr Sidhu,
I am Noel and look for a job. My e-mail id is noelsteven2005@yahoo.co.uk pls get in touch with me if u need staff

Regards,
Noel
ganesh    
30 Mar 2010  #20
Hi mandysidhu,
This is Ganesh Shetty from Mumbai.I am well-networked in terms of arranging for skilled staff, especially kitchen staff with expertise in Indian & Tandoor cuisines. You can contact me for staff requirements.

Regards,
Ganesh Shetty
foodconcepts360@gmail
sarul - | 1    
15 May 2010  #21
Best person to contact in Poland is Kabir from wroclaw 0048607346254
atul0144    
22 Sep 2010  #22
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gouravgyl 1 | 14    
19 Dec 2010  #23
Dear Sir,

I would like introduce you myself as India chief Punjab based special in Indian dishes. I have great experience of cooking I know well vegetarian and non vegetarian dishes. I have worked in Senegal and I was cooking there for a surgical company team. I have good recopies to make the food more tasty and crisp with good flavor. There are list of dishes that I can prepare for many people in a time:

Vegetarian:
· Chapattis
· Missy Roti
· Naan with and without stuffs
· Paronthi ( Allu, Gobi, masala, cheese, and more stuffs with different flavor)
· Vegetarian Soup, tomato soup
· All kinds of Daal fries and normal dals.
· Cheese tomato
· Cheese chilly
· Snacks in ( All sorts of Pakoras specially cheese)
· Rice salty, pulav with vegetarian

Special items:
Dahi bhalle, Aalu Tikki , Bread rolls.

Sweet dishes:
Besan barfi, khoya barfi, Kheer, Halwa soozi, Halwa Besan, Halwa daal
Daal Pinni, Panjeeri, Gajar pak ( gajrela), Khoya barfi.

Special intelligency: I can make chease without milk by using milk products. Witht his I can prepare sweet dish Kheer too.

Non Veg:

· Chicken gravy and fry
· Tandoori chicken
· Cream and butter chicken
· Meet curry
· Fish Pakora , fish fry, Fish with stuff south Indian
· Mutton gravy and soft

Shakes:-
· Badam Shake
· Papaya Shake
· Banana Shake
· Apple shake
· Mango Lassi
· Punjabi Lassi

I am looking for the work as chief. I am writing you to inquiry whether you have any jobs that I can substitute for. I feel sure that my skills and experience are just looking for adding into your team. I discover that I had a flair for getting the customers and employees to tell their interesting stories that they made out newsletter sparkles. I am delighting to receive a special award from my employers for my enthusiasms and initiative in the various projects.

I am married with Polish Girl. I know English French, Punjabi, Hindi.
Wishing you join you soon
Gourav Goyal
+91-9814943158
gouravgyl@hotmail
ravi02ind    
23 Jan 2011  #24
Hi Mr. Sidhu,
My name is Ravi, I'm from Delhi. I came here last week and will stay here for almost a year.What happened to your restaurant? Is it open now? I would like to taste some good indian food.

Regards
Ravi
granit77    
5 Feb 2011  #25
hi i can help u in this matter easylee contact granit77@gmail
aminzaved    
6 Feb 2011  #26
hi
why we evrybody wnant open indian reasturent ? people we think its so easy to start and run reastaurent bussiness .have u got enough money? did u cheek out market where u living ?well i am amin from Bangladesh , i liveing in Torun , if u need any help give me call we may talk ..0048508416458

good luck
gouravgyl 1 | 14    
11 Mar 2011  #27
it is not easy to start a simple business as well .. he might have investments that is why he is going through man ,.
zarina    
22 Mar 2011  #28
I AM AGREE TO HELP YOU IN COOKING ANY INDIAN DISH.
Ireland4ever - | 44    
22 Mar 2011  #29
That's an excellent idea my friend. Although I am from Ireland I have many polish mates here in Ireland. They love indian cuisine in Poland and you should MOVE THERE WITH YOUR FAMILY.

N.B. Don't be put off by the od racist on here. They are not representative of the vast majority of Polish people :-)

Good luck in Poland!!!!!!!1
Midas 1 | 571    
22 Mar 2011  #30
Nah, go to Ireland my friends, with all your families and open Indian restaurants there.

Ireland is the promised land :-)



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