Restaurants: How Coffee Affects Your Cash

If you’re a restaurant owner, serving up quality food, with friendly and fast service gives you enough on your platedoubleshot coffee – why worry about your coffee too when it’s secondary to your core business?

In reality, coffee is one of the most important influencers on your bottom line.  (First and) last impressions count the most – the memory of a scotch fillet melting in your mouth is quickly pushed aside by bitter taste of a poor coffee, which is often the last thing your customers will taste. On the flip side, a fantastic cup of coffee is sure to have your customers returning not only for more coffee, but more importantly more food.

A number of factors affect the coffee’s quality – freshness, roast quality and barista skills are a few. We’ll help you tackle all of these. Don’t let bad coffee hold your restaurant back.

For more on how to make coffee work for you and your restaurant or cafe, contact us at or 011 100 5241 or fill in the contact form below [fbshare type=”button” width=”100″]

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