Introduction; 1. The origins of fish and chips and beef burgers; 2. Starting in the business; 3. Buying a shop; 4. Finding supplies for your business; 5. Preparing food; 6. Food preparation; 7. The art of frying; 8. Employing staff; 9. Advertising for more business; 10. Running the premises; 11. Keeping the books; 12. Tips of the trade; 13. To transfer or to expand?; And finally...; Appendix; Index.
James Li has many years experience working in fast food and has his own fish and chip shop in Lancashire. He has written this book for all those who want to start and run their own fast food business.
'A must-read if you are thinking about starting up your own fast food business.' Fry Monthly. 'Bang on the money.' www.familyfriendlyworking.co.uk. 'Will be of undoubted benefit to those considering entering the fish and chip trade for the first time and an excellent primer for anyone considering moving into the sector. An invaluable aide-memoire and a useful source of reference for those who have been in the business for some years. It should help anyone with the right amount of drive and commitment to run a successful fast food business.' Fish & Chips and Fast Food. 'Goes beyond what it promises to provide...everything anyone could want to know about running a fast food business - and then some.' EN, The magazine for Entrepreneurs.