Opening a restaurant in London: our services
With nearly 20,000 restaurants, London has a plethora of destinations that reflect its diverse population. Whether you want to taste a Peruvian ceviche, an Indian curry or just good fish and chips, the choice is not lacking and there is constant demand.
No wonder, therefore, that restaurateurs from all over the world want to open a restaurant in London.
Note, however, that opening and running a restaurant is not without risks, and many people have tried and failed.
Even for a seasoned restaurateur, opening a restaurant in London is risky business. The legal framework is different, and so are the technical standards without taking into account the main difficulty: finding suitable premises. London is a complicated, opaque market without a clear marketplace. Many transactions take place before they are even advertised.
There is therefore great competition to find the hidden gem and it is strongly recommended you are guided in this process.
Whether you want to prepare your project, to acquire a lease or to get support in the fit out work, don’t hesitate to contact our experts who will be happy to assist you!
FTC WILL IDENTIFY AND SECURE YOUR RESTAURANT AND WILL SUPPORT YOU THROUGHOUT YOUR PROJECT WITH A RANGE OF A LA CARTE SERVICES
We will take care of everything needed to open your restaurant in London. Take a look at our services.
With our experience, French Touch Commercial can help you in this process. We can help you write your forecast cash flow and produce a summary of the overall budget to plan. Check out our services to see how we can support you in successfully opening your restaurant.
London is a wonderful city, bustling 24/7. Opening an office, shop or restaurant in London is a fantastic experience. Finding premises is all part of it. Don’t ruin the adventure and get some help! That’s what we are here for. We are at your service and looking forward to seeing you soon.
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French Touch Commercial also supports you throughout the process of finding and securing your commercial premises: shops, restaurants or offices.