The dominant reason customers dine out is to have a unique cuisine experience.
The secondary motive is convenience.
Ethnic cuisine is on the rise in both American and Canadian markets.
With that being said, it’s important to understand:
Skewered protein has more perceived value due to ethnic appeal.
This means you can charge more.
No one will pay you $16.00 for a plain chicken breast, rice and vegetables.
That’s just plain crazy talk. In fact, anyone at home can cook the example.
There is NO cuisine experience with common menu offerings.
However, the same customer will pay you $18.00 or more for ethnic-flavored-skewered chicken, rice
Remember: Perceived value + unique food offerings = more dollars asked for.
This means you can charge more for something that is unique and perceived
as difficult to create at home.
Use this information to lower your food cost and pull customers through
your restaurant door.
Note: This video, explains the quickest and easiest method to professionally thread chicken onto
A skewer. This video IS NOT about marinades, or production of.
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