Ghost Kitchens:  All You Need to Know About The Trend That’s Disrupting the Restaurant Industry

What are ‘ghost kitchens’? People are increasingly curious about this fast-growing trend disrupting the food industry.

Ghost kitchens are basically restaurants that don’t do dine-in. Instead, these eateries take customers’ orders online and only serve food via delivery or takeout.

Ghost kitchens can be standalone businesses, or they can be affiliated with a traditional restaurant.

Ghost Restaurant vs. Traditional Restaurants

The growing appeal of Ghost Kitchens

Firstly, they’re much cheaper to set up and run than traditional restaurants. Without a dining area, ghost kitchens can be smaller and require less staff.

 They employ less cooking staff and have a more straightforward kitchen layout. This optimizes efficiency and reduces labor costs.

Pros & Cons of Ghost Kitchen

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Types of  Ghost Kitchen

Basic Steps  for setting up  a ghost Kitchen

Ghost kitchens typically require less space than traditional restaurants, so you may be able to find a smaller space that is more affordable.

1. Start by finding the right location.

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