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BANGKOK 24 March 2019 11:56
NaDu

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

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would you like to know how much toilet tissue they use as well ?
if your question is the most immediate drama in your life can i suggest the Coconut Bar to put some zing in your life.
beers can be had from 7 or family.

 

in answer to your question, no one is allowed to make a profit on food in Pattaya its all done as a labour of love. 

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used to go to da michelle pizza in phuket. very good authentic made by italians. i asked them if ingredients are import or domestic.  answered domestic.  mozarella cheese domestic is quite decent.  the trick is making the sauce correctly. their pizza size very good for the price.  lots of pizza is overpriced in thailand.

 

example in new york city where overhead is much higher you can find

 18 inch margerita for 10-12 usd. 300 - 360 baht

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Up until about 2 years ago a Pizza big enough for one person cost me 79 Bt. in Bang Saray...in a very nice restaurant.

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7 hours ago, OneMoreFarang said:

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.

I suppose that depends on where you get it delivered from, there's plenty of good pizza available for delivery.

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6 hours 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

Villa.

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1 hour ago, NaDu said:

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 ? 

 

 

And that depends on what you put in to it .....quality products that are expensive or just the cheapest available ?

Ham, salami or pepperoni ? Different ingredients= different cost base = different profit.

 Where ? In Bangkok “exotic” ingredients like salami will cost less than in Nakorn Nowhere.

 What overheads ? Rent, power, wages....they all have to be accounted for.

You have recipes for your pizzas ? Just write up your ingredient list and cost it out, it’s not rocket science.

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23 minutes ago, MikeN said:

You have recipes for your pizzas ? Just write up your ingredient list and cost it out, it’s not rocket science.

And then add in all your other overheads. 

Will you only be selling one type of Pizza or many other types and products.  Location, Building costs (Rent, elec, water, equipment (including wear and tear), your costs/work permit/tax/lawyers, wages, advertising et al.  The potential list is endless.  

 

Only you can cost all your other overheads and then add the individual cost of the production of each Pizza/total number you expect to sell and then try and do the mathematics.

 

PS;  What do you think is going to make your product special compared to everyone else around you.  If you are in the sticks with no competition you probably have no customer base!

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I go eat regularly a VERY GOOD and VERY TASY pizza at a very well know pizzeria in Korat (Near SUT).
They sell an 11" pizza Marguerita for 85 Baht.
I guess they make profit on this.
Why pay 300 Baht for a pizza?
They also have other items on their menu for a very cometitive price.
I can give you the link to their Facebook if you send me a PM.

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One of the keys to good pizza dough is water. Add that to your costs.

 

Nothing beats a NY Pizza

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how some of you can be so stupid to think that I  would ask to a team of grumpy old man retired labors if I wanted to run business !?

I am simply curious, but maybe too much already for most of you !

 

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43 minutes ago, MikeN said:

And that depends on what you put in to it .....quality products that are expensive or just the cheapest available ?

Ham, salami or pepperoni ? Different ingredients= different cost base = different profit.

 Where ? In Bangkok “exotic” ingredients like salami will cost less than in Nakorn Nowhere.

 What overheads ? Rent, power, wages....they all have to be accounted for.

You have recipes for your pizzas ? Just write up your ingredient list and cost it out, it’s not rocket science.

 

Cheapest ingredients of course ! what else do you think that they use in Thailand ?

Thank you for the reply.

 

 

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