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

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On 1/21/2019 at 7:36 AM, OneMoreFarang said:

I don't know the price of good quality cheese in Thailand

 

I'm going to stop you right there.  First, we're talking about pizza and second, we're talking about Thailand.  Whatever ingredients you can find at the Bic C will be perfectly palatable for 80% of the target demographic.

 

 

To the OP:

 

When I first came here about seven years ago I made pizzas, much to the surprise of my Thai in-laws who thought they were something you needed a big setup and lots of specialized equipment to do.  It has been a while but I vaguely recall spending about 120-150B for the ingredients, but I added toppings that you won't need if you're just looking to make a simple tomato+cheese pie.  I'd say your cost is in the neighborhood of 120 baht for a basic small (about 10") pizza with no special toppings.

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What is your overhead?

What is your volume?

How much labor?

 

Plenty of people make money selling pizza, plenty of people do not. 

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Sorry I didn't bother to read all posts but what is your target group?

Thais or foreigners?

The things at Pizza company that Thais call pizza and seem to enjoy I wouldn't give to my dog.

If you are planning to produce on this level your profit might be quite high.

Ketchup as sauce, sausage or processed ham as meat and fake cheese as topping.

If you want to cater to foreigners you would have to use at least some imported ingredients that reduce your profit.

 

 

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1 minute ago, CLW said:

Sorry I didn't bother to read all posts but what is your target group?

Thais or foreigners?

The things at Pizza company that Thais call pizza and seem to enjoy I wouldn't give to my dog.

If you are planning to produce on this level your profit might be quite high.

Ketchup as sauce, sausage or processed ham as meat and fake cheese as topping.

If you want to cater to foreigners you would have to use at least some imported ingredients that reduce your profit.

 

 

 

What do you feed your dog?

 

What kind of dog do you have?

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What do you feed your dog?
 
What kind of dog do you have?
Rhetoric

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Just now, CLW said:

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Oh, so you were lying about having a dog so that you could talk smack about Pizza Co., nice.

 

While I agree that Pizza Co. is not very good pizza, I don't think it's not all that bad, and the staff all love it.

 

So what do you rich gourmets eat every day here?

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Oh, so you were lying about having a dog so that you could talk smack about Pizza Co., nice.
 
While I agree that Pizza Co. is not very good pizza, I don't think it's not all that bad, and the staff all love it.
 
So what do you rich gourmets eat every day here?
It's not about being rich or not but in case of pizza or western food in general in Thailand I consider myself quite picky.
Therefore I'd rather eat Thai food most of the time and go maybe once a month to a good restaurant instead of eating bad or mediocre western food every day

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2 minutes ago, CLW said:

It's not about being rich or not but in case of pizza or western food in general in Thailand I consider myself quite picky.
Therefore I'd rather eat Thai food most of the time and go maybe once a month to a good restaurant instead of eating bad or mediocre western food every day

i'd rather cook and eat really good western food every day.

Than eat Thai food made from poor quality meat disguised by sugar, msg, and chillis cooked by people that never wash their hands.

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19 minutes ago, Yellowtail said:

So what do you rich gourmets eat every day here?

I had a roast pork steak, baked potatoes in their jackets and fried mushrooms covered in onion gravy earlier.

I was going to cook pizza this evening, but the Thai lady from next door came round with a plate of sandwiches (crab, tuna, ham) from Rimping, so I ate them and didn't bother to cook.

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Kebab is highly profitable. I knew this guy in pattaya, selling kebab all day in his shop. Made huge amounts of money.
But, interestingly the moment people realize, that they gotta work for it, a lot...they are no longer interested.

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1 hour ago, Yellowtail said:

 

So what do you rich gourmets eat every day here?

My Butleress in a Latex Thong brought me an Americano, a Black Truffle, Asiago and Parma Ham Three Egg Omelet this morning.

 

Dinner was Sushi Served on the Naked Belly of a Pretty in a Schoolgirl outfit. And Moet.

 

What did you have today, fella, a stick of Moo ping?

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4 hours ago, CLW said:

It's not about being rich or not but in case of pizza or western food in general in Thailand I consider myself quite picky.
Therefore I'd rather eat Thai food most of the time and go maybe once a month to a good restaurant instead of eating bad or mediocre western food every day

So what Thai food do you eat the other 29 days a month and where?

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So what Thai food do you eat the other 29 days a month and where?
Either cooking at home, in my Soi or the canteen at work.
Noodle soup and chicken rice always goes...

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1 hour ago, CLW said:

Either cooking at home, in my Soi or the canteen at work.
Noodle soup and chicken rice always goes...

Chicken rice and noodle soup? I wouldn't feed that to my dog!

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