Itís Your Money > Starting and Running a Business

Restaraunts

(1/3) > >>

RUFUS:
How many of you EXPAT\'s have opened restaraunts/bars ...etc...?
How\'d that work out for you?
Just curious...

RUFUS

Rick B:
Yes Rufus, this is a \"dream aim for me too but i would like to know some of the pitfalls, i gues there are many...........

RUFUS:
One thing I noticed while in the PI was a lack of Mexican restaraunts..
Now I know this may sound funny saying no Mexican food in the Philippines.
But I could have killed someone for a burrito when I was there last time...
Mexican places pop up like weeds in the US, so you think there might be a market there as well...
HMMM...
Maybe next time I\'m there I will whip up a batch of burritos for the BRGY and see how they go over...

RUFUS

RUFUS:
GOOGLE and ye shall find... lol.

http://www.philippines.alloexpat.com/restaurant_restaurants_guide_philippines.php

http://pinas.dlsu.edu.ph/tourism/bars.html

RUFUS

Manila Cockney:

--- Quote from: RUFUS on January 11, 2008, 12:54:56 AM ---One thing I noticed while in the PI was a lack of Mexican restaraunts..
Now I know this may sound funny saying no Mexican food in the Philippines.
But I could have killed someone for a burrito when I was there last time...
Mexican places pop up like weeds in the US, so you think there might be a market there as well...
HMMM...
Maybe next time I\'m there I will whip up a batch of burritos for the BRGY and see how they go over...

RUFUS

--- End quote ---

Tequila Joes, a Tex Mex restaurant was in Alabang Town Centre but closed a few years ago. They had branches in makati, one at Glorietta but I am not sure if they are still there.†

Navigation

[0] Message Index

[#] Next page

Go to full version