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

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On 1/22/2019 at 9:09 AM, TPI said:

To make a large pizza, with an adequate covering of "tastes" should not cost more than B100! The base and the filler can be sourced locally, the only expensive topping is the cheese which can now be sourced and delivered to anywhere in Thailand! 8 x slices at B30 should give you a reasonable profit...a word of advice...keep away from local farang, they're all experts at "something" and will actively rather tear you down than build you up!! Set up near a large school, the pupils are like a ravening pack of wolves at home time and lunch...good luck in your venture, remember trust nothing a Thai tells you about business! 😉 

 

so true ! just read this forum and you understand how champions they are...

 

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, NaDu said:

 

Nobody asked your smart comments anymore. When you will be able to understand a question please come again accountant champion !

 

 

Once you ask the right questions you get good answers. No wonder most posters did not understand you. You did not formulate your question correct. 

 

I have a feeling your probably from a non English speaking country like me. Plus probably no real business experience that is why you formulated the question wrong. 

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2 minutes ago, NaDu said:

 

so true ! just read this forum and you understand how champions they are...

 

You are using the word champions wrong and I don't understand your meaning. 

 

I use a sourdough crust recipe and Parmesan cheese and fresh mozzarella with fresh basil leaves and sun dried tomatoes and my own sauce.

  • 1 (14 ounce) pizza crust made with Italian flour
  • 1 pureed sun-dried tomato & basil sauce
  • 1 package sliced Mozzarella cheese (fresh is best)
  • 1 Roma tomato (sliced thin)
  • 12 fresh basil leaves
  • 1 Tablespoon olive oil
  • salt and pepper, to taste

You can get all of the ingredients at Foodland in Pattaya.  

 

If you want a cost go to Foodland and shop.  Oh BTW sourdough starter takes a couple of weeks and don't forget to include the cost of a good olive oil and fresh ground pepper.

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On ‎1‎/‎21‎/‎2019 at 1:57 PM, 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 ? 

 

 

If you had any business sense, you would know that is a silly question. It depends on many factors like:

What is your rent, staff cost, equipment cost, license cost, electricity, water, key money, advertisement, .........?

How many do you sell?

The profit could be anywhere between 0 and upwards. You could even make a loss.

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On 1/21/2019 at 1:57 PM, 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 ? 

 

 

if you want interesting and useful comments you should have asked somewhere else not at TV

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What's the point of your post???? if you wanted real, useful, interesting replies and maybe useful advise as well, you should had provided more details as to what the purpose of your inquiry..... since you didn't provide details,  the answers you are getting are corrected for the type of question asked, thus in my humble opinion the answers are useful in a way to teach you for a possible future post

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this is actual margherita pizza at pizza art in jomtien. not small either and  200 baht

 

 

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On ‎1‎/‎21‎/‎2019 at 12:22 AM, cornishcarlos said:

 

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

 

 

Yep... along with other variables such as overheads which make the initial question from the OP impossible to answer with anything like a degree of accuracy. It's quite laughable really and suggests to me in the strongest terms that the OP should not, if considering it, get involved.

 

I did intend to carry on but the assumptions I would have to introduce are so vast as to make it meaningless. I'd go 33% margin but others would be higher or lower. I'll write a separate post as I don't want you to think I'm have a go or something.

 

Have a great day.

 

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On ‎1‎/‎23‎/‎2019 at 6:29 AM, FritsSikkink said:

If you had any business sense, you would know that is a silly question. It depends on many factors like:

What is your rent, staff cost, equipment cost, license cost, electricity, water, key money, advertisement, .........?

How many do you sell?

The profit could be anywhere between 0 and upwards. You could even make a loss.

 

Well said.

 

Too many unknowns. 

 

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On 1/21/2019 at 6:48 AM, NaDu said:

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 ?

I would depend on the size. I usually make 8" pizza.

125gm or bread flour (32bht/kg0 = 4bht (YoK bakers supplies)

1 tomato (10bht/10) = 1bht (local market)

50gm mozzarella cheese (350bht/kg) = 17bht (Makro frozen ready shredded)

5gm instant yeast (99bht/500gm) = 1bht. (YoK bakers supplies)

 

Total cost 23bht.

 

I just made one for lunch with bell peppers and pork chilli, an extra 4bht.

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41 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

I would depend on the size. I usually make 8" pizza.

125gm or bread flour (32bht/kg0 = 4bht (YoK bakers supplies)

1 tomato (10bht/10) = 1bht (local market)

50gm mozzarella cheese (350bht/kg) = 17bht (Makro frozen ready shredded)

5gm instant yeast (99bht/500gm) = 1bht. (YoK bakers supplies)

 

Total cost 23bht.

 

I just made one for lunch with bell peppers and pork chilli, an extra 4bht.

Ya beeing a squeeze on the cheese mate, double it, you can afford the extra 17 baht

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On ‎2‎/‎4‎/‎2019 at 9:41 AM, Nyezhov said:

Ya beeing a squeeze on the cheese mate, double it, you can afford the extra 17 baht

 

Very funny mate lol

 

 

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