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What is a Quick Service Restaurant (QSR)?

In its 15+ years of QSR consulting, DNY has executed over 210 F&B projects using the most preferred business models.

A quick service restaurant is one that serves certain cuisine items that require little preparation time and are served quickly. Quick service restaurants, or QSRs, often provide fast food items from a limited menu since they can be prepared in less time with the least amount of diversity.

A QSR – quick service restaurant – can be a “single focused” or “multi-product” brand. Because of its easy-to-operate and serve format, having a short and sweet menu for a quick service restaurant is highly recommended.

QSR : Business Models

QSR provide Quick and efficient service as they profit on the number of people that visit them, restaurants frequently operate in chains or franchises. They can take advantage of footfall from a variety of locations and increase the company’s value by setting up various stores.

In order to provide speedy services to clients, a QSR must have a high level of standardization.

  • Self service restaurants – Customers approach the counter and place their orders. They take the order from the counter and collect it on their own.
  • Assisted self service restaurants –venues where the customer’s order is collected at their table or where the food is delivered to their table.
  • Full serviced restaurants – venues where the worker at the table does both the order taking and the meal delivery.

Facts about QSR

Because most QSRs serve fast food, they all have their unique set of advantages and disadvantages. Over the last few decades, fast food has grown in popularity. Facts about QSR are really interesting, Fast food is consumed on a daily basis by millions, if not billions, of people all over the world. Fast food has its drawbacks, despite the fact that it is handy and has a number of other positives.

Pros: 

  • They are single-centric, allowing for scalability. The visibility on the frontage does help to raise brand recognition.
  • The QSR and central kitchen concept is a quick and expandable.
  • A QSR can be started on a shoestring budget.
  • Due to the modest and quick menu planning for a QSR, business operations can be managed with minimum labor.

Cons :

  • QSRs cannot have lengthy menus.
  • Without a storyline, doesn’t reach high awareness.
  • In specific locations high real estate cost can affect business profitability.

These were some of the Facts about QSR Industry. Contact us if you are looking to open a QSR and let us guide you.

Central Kitchen (Hub & Spoke Model)

Next Step to a Scalable QSR chain business is owning a Central Kitchen for central production.

  • Business Expansion – It is a profitable model to own a Central kitchen to centralise the base preparations for a chain business. Brand who aim for scalability, are advised to invest in a central kitchen based on line of business. However it is recommended, only after the phase 1 of operation of your QSR chain business, for many brands phase 1 completes at 20th outlet and for others it may be after 30th-40th outlet. 
  • Consistency in Taste and Quality – a central kitchen investment helps you in maintaining the consistency of dishes at brand level. The more you produce in-house, the less likely you are to receive things that do not fulfil your expectations.
  • Helps Increase Efficiency – A central kitchen greatly improves your efficiency by automating your processes, streamlining your procedures and batching tasks.

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