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how much profit on a 300 thb pizza in Thailand ? kebab more profitable ?

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hello,

 

do you know how much they spend to make a 300 thb margharita pizza with only tomato and cheese ?

I guess that they have at least 200 thb profit ?

 

And what about a 60 thb kebab ? 40 thb profit only but they sell a lot more of them ?

 

really want to know ! thanks.

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8 minutes ago, JimmyTheMook said:

Pizza is a huge profit item.

Kebab is less.

 

Depends on the quality of produce used in making the pizza...

 

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I don't know the price of good quality cheese in Thailand but it's not cheap.

I once spoke to guy who produced bread in Thailand and he told me that good floor cost 300% or 500% more than medium quality. Some people will taste the difference and pay for it. Many others don't know and don't care and wouldn't pay for it.

 

Personally I am willing to pay hundreds of baht for a good tasting pizza because I like it.

But I am not willing to pay maybe 150B for some of the delivery pizza here which tastes horrible - at least for someone who knows how good pizza should taste.

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Just now, OneMoreFarang said:

I don't know the price of good quality cheese in Thailand but it's not cheap.

I once spoke to guy who produced bread in Thailand and he told me that good floor cost 300% or 500% more than medium quality. Some people will taste the difference and pay for it. Many others don't know and don't care and wouldn't pay for it.

 

Personally I am willing to pay hundreds of baht for a good tasting pizza because I like it.

But I am not willing to pay maybe 150B for some of the delivery pizza here which tastes horrible - at least for someone who knows how good pizza should taste.

Exactly.... A well made, quality pizza would have very little profit, if sold at 300 baht.

Quality pizza dough, quality cheese (not a sprinkle of plastic) and some decent ham, you already over a couple hundred per pizza !!

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There is a bakery in Chalong sells pizza base for 17 Baht

Kebabs around here are at least 100 Baht

Pizza's average 350 Baht

The most expensive cheese on toast in the world

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Just passed by a local place yesterday that had a small 10" Margarita pizza for 80B....

Their pizzas are thin but tasty....

Have to believe they're still turning some kind of profit....

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It sounds to me like the OP is planning a business venture and possesses no business skills at all. The profit per pizza is only one consideration. How many can be sold and what the overhead will be are huge considerations.

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i spend a lot on cheese, but save money by putting the pizzas in the road to be cooked by the sun.  tuk-tuk drivers deliver 100's for me, and i pay them 700 baht a day.  i sell 3 slices for 100, and it only costs me 15 baht.

 

i'm super rich

 

 

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To make a real Kebab here is nearly impossible,as where

would you find lap of Lamb ?,so it would be chicken or

pork which is not really the same thing,and beef is out

as well,due to cost

regards worgeordie

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14 minutes ago, worgeordie said:

To make a real Kebab here is nearly impossible,as where

would you find lap of Lamb ?,so it would be chicken or

pork which is not really the same thing,and beef is out

as well,due to cost

regards worgeordie

You cant beat the old Donner Kebab, Have you ever eaten a Kebab sober? God knows what was in them things

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11 minutes ago, worgeordie said:

To make a real Kebab here is nearly impossible,as where

would you find lap of Lamb ?,so it would be chicken or

pork which is not really the same thing,and beef is out

as well,due to cost

regards worgeordie

I dont think Thais eat much Lamb? Mate of mine here in Phuket has just started making Lamb burgers seems to be popular although I have not tried one yet

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48 minutes ago, ChipButty said:

I dont think Thais eat much Lamb? Mate of mine here in Phuket has just started making Lamb burgers seems to be popular although I have not tried one yet

Lots of Thai like lamb. I know from one 5-star hotel with a loyalty card that one of the most asked questions to the telesales people is if the hotel offers lamb-chop as part of the buffet. Yes, they sign up, no, they don't.

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so many replies for so many people who have nothing useful and interesting to say.

care to read the title ?

how much profit on a 300 thb pizza in Thailand ? 

 

 

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neeray post 8, yup sounds like the OP is investigating a pizza business. silly him looking for some basic metrics of what is easily known and easily told to him. forbid he should try to figure out how many pizza a day he will sell and exactly how that will translate into manhours and materials....  from your smartass reply it is better for him to take wild guesses at sales and not worry about material costs.. <deleted>  deleted was di*khead

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