D’Tandoor Indian Restaurant – Authentic Northern Indian Curries & Tandoori Cuisine “FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITIES”
Restoran d’Tandoor was established on 17th May 1993. It’s principal area of expertise is in Moghul Cooking. During it’s few years of activity, the restaurant has established itself as one of the leading Moghul restaurants in the country which is evident from the response it has received from numerous catering clients which include multinational corporations and V.I.P.s (very important persons). Recently, the Menteri Besar of Selangor, Dato Abu Hassan had graced its 13th Anniversary Celebrations which goes a long way to speak of the restaurant’s high quality cuisine. Apart from its quality cuisine, the catering division is able to handle catering up to for 8,000 persons.
Why is D’Tandoor A Successful Franchise Business?Business Opportunity
Strategic visionary management
Detailed macro and micro planning
Exhaustive feasibility study to ensure that the business can withstand the trials and tribulations of a changing economy
Trained manpower and expertise support
Management and financial advisory support
Firm belief in interdependence and win – win philosophy
Your benefits as a D’TANDOOR franchisee
Proven track record and firm commitment to build the business together with the franchisee.
Strategic assessment of the location.
Comprehensive training and support.
Continuous operational support and in depth all round training for chefs.
D’TANDOOR stands for :Business Opportunity
To the Franchisee.
Scope of services of Franchisor
Operational and Production Training.Business Opportunity
Store design layout.
Market feasibility study.
Procurement of supply.
New dishes development.
Financial costing and projection analysis.
First North Indian Food chain in Malaysia with 20 years experience.
Overseas outlets such as Australia and New Zealand.
The product is recognized worldwide.
Plans to penetrate the Middle East and China market.
Flexible store size ranging from kiosk to café to restaurant to cater to varying localities and consumer catchment markets.
Taste of North Indian Food can be modified to suit local taste preference.
A chain store concept enjoying benefits of economics of scale of operation in terms of the cost of production, advertising and promotional coverage, standard and consistent restaurant, kiosk, café design, service quality, menu prices and etc.
Personnel requirements –
Chefs and cooks is supplied by the franchisor which is specially flown in from Pakistan and India.
The restaurant,kiosk or café can be managed by the franchisee or you can appoint a manager/supervisor which can be provided by the franchisor.
Resource requirements –
Financial requirements can be sourced out from the financial institutions.
Raw material for the production will be provided by the supplier which will be introduced by the franchisor.
Promotions will be done by both party with a win – win situation.