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Restaurant Dining at Home: Food Tasting By FoodPanda, Malaysia

Restaurant Dining at Home: Food Tasting By FoodPanda, Malaysia | Restaurant Profit Guru | Scoop.it
With over a hundred restaurants on its site currently, foodpanda.my is a very convenient way to order in for those living in Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya areas – including Bangsar, Mont Kiara, Bukit Bintang and Cyberjaya. Satisfy your culinary cravings on a lazy or busy day via foodpanda.my

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Food Genius Raises $1.2M to Help the Food Industry Understand Restaurant Trends | Excelerate Labs

Food Genius Raises $1.2M to Help the Food Industry Understand Restaurant Trends | Excelerate Labs | Restaurant Profit Guru | Scoop.it

Food Genius, which provides data-based restaurant insights to the food industry, has raised $1.2 million in venture capital. Chicago’s Hyde Park Venture Partners and Hyde Park Angels led the round; other investors include New World Ventures, IDEO, Amicus Capital, and the I2A Fund.

“With this funding, Food Genius is expanding the team in order to bring Food Genius Reports to market,” says founder & CEO Justin Massa. “Food Genius Reports is a leap forward for the food industry, providing intuitive and deep access to restaurant trends as they develop new products and craft marketing strategies.”

“Food Genius is direct evidence that Chicago has truly become a place where ideas evolve into viable businesses, creating jobs and economic growth in the City,” said Chicago’s Mayor Rahm Emanuel. “Entities like 1871 and Excelerate Labs play crucial roles in the development of these young companies, and I am pleased to see an environment developing that supports entrepreneurship and business expansion. I look forward to many more small businesses developing out of these facilities and programs and fueling Chicago’s economy in the coming years.”......


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Keeping up with trends is dire to run a thriving restaurant. The consumer is looking for the next big new thing. Restaurants that cannot keep up will be passed up by the new restaurant with young edgy cut throat chefs who understand what their generation is looking for and HOW to relate and communicate with them on a social level  

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Smart tactics for Restaurant Management

Forging solid Restaurant Operations. Efficiency matters. You'll learn this is very much more crucial than you may realize.http://bit.ly/HHawX8


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Want to Attract Top Talent? Offer a Killer 401(k)

Want to Attract Top Talent? Offer a Killer 401(k) | Restaurant Profit Guru | Scoop.it
Salary, stock options, and equity are certainly valuable. But a great retirement plan can help sweeten the deal. Here's how.
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Restaurants put social media on the menu

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New York City restaurant owner Sean Connolly says he “majored in babes and minored in booze.” That education led him to a successful career in the volatile world of high-end eateries.
The secrets to running three thriving restaurants in the country’s most demanding market in a weak economy are great chefs, creative menus, loyal staffs and a lot of luck, says Connolly. He opened Eatery during the 2000 recession. Whym debuted just before the current economy collapsed and he opened Ktchn this past spring. Despite the eye-popping timing, Connolly’s rolling in the black.
Yet, this experience didn't necessarily come with an education in social media, which is something Connolly mastered along the way.
“It’s as much a part of the job as anything else,” he explains. You’d be a fool to ignore social media, or fight it, he says.
Online review sites, such as Yelp, Angie's Lists and Trip Advisor, can make or break a restaurant. But they've come under increasing scrutiny, as some scammers have tried to blackmail owners, threatening bad reviews.....

 


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OpenTable user review trends infographic

OpenTable user review trends infographic | Restaurant Profit Guru | Scoop.it

OpenTable recently reached a milestone: Users of the reservations website have submitted more than 15 million reviews since the review function launched in 2008.


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This Restaurant Will Give You A 5% Discount To Leave Your Phone At The Door

This Restaurant Will Give You A 5% Discount To Leave Your Phone At The Door | Restaurant Profit Guru | Scoop.it
Disconnecting for dinner. (Consider their love for discounts and their phones, wouldn't this be the biggest dilemma for Singaporeans?

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The Melt's 100 Bus Fleet Means War On Food Trucks - Eater SF (blog)

The Melt's 100 Bus Fleet Means War On Food Trucks - Eater SF (blog) | Restaurant Profit Guru | Scoop.it
The Melt's 100 Bus Fleet Means War On Food TrucksEater SF (blog)Have you heard? Built-for-speed grilled cheese trailblazer, The Melt will be opening its next location on a bus.

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Matching Wine with Food – An Easy Guide

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A dinner party is all about good food, great company and a relaxed atmosphere. And part of creating a relaxed atmosphere is to have on hand some gorgeous, big flavoured wines, that compliment what your guests are consuming. Trouble is, it can be very easy to match a delicate dish of sea food with a wine that is too robust, and overpowers all the intricate flavours. Or it is just as simple to serve a light, refreshing wine with a dish that is too meaty and requires something with a bit more depth. So how you do match your wines with your food unless you go round tasting them all before you serve them? There are a few rules and tips that you can adhere to that always work when matching wine and food. The old advice to give a red wine with red meats still holds true and to serve a white with seafood, fish and poultry is fine. But if you really want to enhance the flavours of your cooking, take a look at what we suggest, and your dinner parties will be all the better for it!...

 

...With chicken and pork, you can serve slightly more robust whites or even light reds, depending on what sauces and herbs are accompanying the dishes. With rich sauces I would suggest a crisp white, such as Moncaro Verdicchio del Castelli di Jesi Classico, 2011. A gorgeous white with palate cleansing properties and a crisp finish....

 

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