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kev1n

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  1. @michael2018

     

    Yes, opening a Deli sounds like a more reasonable step to begin running a business here! And it can be an enjoyable activity also. So you must take time to travel Corsica/Spain/Morocco/Italy in order to find the producers that will provide you amazing culinary products. Then find a company that can help you to import it.


  2. On 5/23/2018 at 8:18 PM, michael2018 said:

    Yes but i have not yet had the chance to visit other cities in the country i went only Krabi and Koh samui for now and you? you already went? you also cross the bisness of fast food in Thailand? does the medretanean cuisine really have a chance here ???

     

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    I visited Chiang Mai and I know a few Mediterranean restaurants that are successful there! Maybe you should try your chance in another city like Pattaya or Patong. Do you have knowledge and experience in gastronomy cuisine? Or at least in managing restaurants ?


  3. As everyone mentioned, the fast/street food business in Bangkok is overcrowded. In another city like Ayutthaya, Chiang Mai or Pattaya will be easier. Easier will be also a different concept of restaurant rather than street food. As you're from Corsica, a melting pot of Mediterranean food could be a better idea I think.

    Don't quit your project, but take more time to think about it because foreign "owned" businesses are very difficult to set in Thailand.

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  4. 20 hours ago, fasteddie said:

    Deep fried Red Snapper in three flavour sauce, mmmm aroy, don't know where to get a good one these days though, it's been a while.

    Been to Ko Lanta recently, and the fish in Apsara restaurant is just spectacular ! Go taste it when you have time. Kurissara is an absolute hit for me in Bangkok. Hope it helps you dude :smile:

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  5. 1. What level are you at?

    Beginner

    2. Can you read and write Thai?

    Hell no, but I'm on my way

    3. How long have you been learning for?

    about 2 months

    4. How did you learn?

    Meeting a Thai Woman and teaching her english, then she teaches me Thai 

    5. What other languages could you speak before Thai?

    German, French, English, a little spanish

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