Hotel Restaurant and Bar for Rent

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Hotel Restaurant and Bar for Rent

Post by rubberbaron » Wed Oct 18, 2017 1:11 pm

The Tamarind in SHV is aiming to rent the hotel restaurant and bar to an experienced cook/chef who can prepare both Western and Asian dishes. The food should be above the regular fare you get in SHV. We are looking to increase our lackadaisical restaurant business. So we need to make it more attractive to our guests. We have a very decent, for SHV above average, occupancy and need to keep the guests in the hotel for their meals. During high season our average stay is more than a week. We are thinking of a basic very low rent and a share of the profits. But the name of the game is the development of the F&B business. PM me if interested. Please refrain from posting any business advice or any uncalled for business assessment you might feel inclined to share here. It is not needed.
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Re: Hotel Restaurant and Bar for Rent

Post by vladimir » Wed Oct 18, 2017 6:25 pm

lackadaisical
ˌlakəˈdeɪzɪk(ə)l/Submit
adjective
lacking enthusiasm and determination; carelessly lazy.
"a lackadaisical defence left Spurs adrift in the second half"
synonyms: careless, lazy, lax, unenthusiastic, half-hearted, uninterested, lukewarm, indifferent, uncaring, unconcerned, casual, offhand, blasé, insouciant, leisurely, relaxed; More


Put down your Thesaurus, and cook.
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Re: Hotel Restaurant and Bar for Rent

Post by rubberbaron » Wed Oct 18, 2017 9:32 pm

Of course, an irrelevant comment must come from someone who is all over the boards and has nothing else to do here in Cambodia. Smartass English teacher?
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Re: Hotel Restaurant and Bar for Rent

Post by Ashcroftie » Wed Oct 18, 2017 10:37 pm

Whatever he is, it still is a very strange (or could it be accurate, just guessing) word to describe your restaurant business.
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Re: Hotel Restaurant and Bar for Rent

Post by vladimir » Thu Oct 19, 2017 3:08 am

rubberbaron wrote:
Wed Oct 18, 2017 9:32 pm
Of course, an irrelevant comment must come from someone who is all over the boards and has nothing else to do here in Cambodia. Smartass English teacher?
Jeez, why so serious?

Interesting logic.

If one were to take that to its logical conclusion...only English teachers would make irrelevant comments?

I think, in recent times, your posts far outnumber mine.

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Re: Hotel Restaurant and Bar for Rent

Post by Barang chgout » Thu Oct 19, 2017 6:41 am

Business advice?
Sorry did you say you wanted business advice?
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Re: Hotel Restaurant and Bar for Rent

Post by rubberbaron » Thu Oct 19, 2017 11:38 am

I knew it wouldn't lead to much to post this on a board. I just gave it a try. Why do people post in business and finance when they (1) probably don't have any money, and (2) can't cook anyway.

I must admit as opposed to the hotel we do run the restaurant/bar business somewhat listlessly, so without much enthusiasm. Therefore, the term might actually be accurate. Obviously the idea behind renting it rather than hiring somebody is that a self-employed person usually works much better. Employees you have to supervise, especially in Cambodia, no matter how much you pay them.

It just always amazes me why people need to pick a post apart semantically when they actually don't have anything else to contribute to the subject matter. Vladimir with his 5000 plus posts on this board and over 25,000, or was it 50,000, should get a life.

As for business advice, another guy whose post is redundant. Didn't it say 'not needed'? And what sage advice it was with thousands of Chinese having migrated to SHV and with a good number of new Chinese restaurants as a consequence.
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Re: Hotel Restaurant and Bar for Rent

Post by vladimir » Thu Oct 19, 2017 12:26 pm

Glad to be a source of amazement.

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Re: Hotel Restaurant and Bar for Rent

Post by Kuroneko » Thu Oct 19, 2017 1:10 pm

Ashcroftie wrote:
Wed Oct 18, 2017 10:37 pm
Whatever he is, it still is a very strange (or could it be accurate, just guessing) word to describe your restaurant business.
Actually it is quite a common word to describe a sub standard restaurant. This is what I got on google :D

Boardwalk Restaurant & Marina: Awful food. Lackadaisical staff
Restaurant La Grappe d'Or: great food, lackadaisical service
GBC Restaurant & Coffeeshop: Lackadaisical
Moksa Restaurant: Good Food, Lackadaisical Service
La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant: Lackadaisical food prep
Mandarin Reading Restaurant: Lackadaisical Service
Bopha Angkor Restaurant: Very average food and lackadaisical service
Crave Restaurant: Lackadaisical service
PappaRich: Beware of the lackadaisical attitude of the chef
Mix La Pineda: Lackadaisical food on a slack season
Blue Ocean Golf Club: Lackadaisical!

The OP obviously doesn't want to be on this list :D
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Re: Hotel Restaurant and Bar for Rent

Post by vladimir » Thu Oct 19, 2017 6:23 pm

I think Lackadaisical would be a great name for a restaurant

May I have the sole meuniere?

Mmm, let me think about that...wait, I've got an incoming call...later, dude
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