I've opened a thread regarding flooring and stock pots a while back.
I've got yet another question for the pros.
The shop I am looking to fit out is roughly 85sqm. It is enough to put in 2 washrooms, a kitchen and seating for maybe 30 from the plan my architect drew up with me. The place will be selling ramen and I don't know how many bowls I should be purchasing.
I remember from somewhere that I should get 4 times the number of seatings or something.
The place will sell primarily and most likely only ramen and beer, and I intend to add in gyoza sometime in the future. Therefore the variety of bowls, dishes and cutleries are greatly reduced. But I do need to get some durable bowls and cups for ramen and beer respectively. I plan on getting them custom made (if the price is right) from Korea when I visit this December. But I don't know what kind of number I should be looking for.
Also I'm going to be selling beer at the premise. No wine, just beer.
I don't know what kind of things are necessary to install a tap beer in the premise. Or if it's worth it at all.
Also same question applies regarding number of glasses for beer.
I was planning to use one single type of glasses for both water and beer, is this weird?
I'm not really a beer expert, I just hearty food that goes well with any beer, and I'm not really picky in what shape it comes in.
I don't know if this is a big deal to others.