5 Trends to Watch Out in 2023 if You Own a Restaurant

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The recipe for success in the F&B industry is to keep up with the demands of time by cultivating innovative strategies in this transitional landscape.
  • Deepika Sethi Brand Head, OMO, Ngarum & Wild and Raw
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Talking about trends, attempting to predict them, and attempting to predict the future is a trend in and of itself. Though it may be difficult to believe, we are already entering 2023, which means it is time for food and beverage companies to look ahead at the trends that will set the tone and influence the market over the next year.

Cuisines in focus: - Each year brings a shift in focus when it comes to cuisines that the food industry puts its money on. The continuing mindset of curiosity, exploration of food and food culture, and the desire to compensate for being confined continue to manifest in a desire to discover unexplored flavours and tastes. And in this mix is the new-found awareness that India itself offers rich pickings for regional, micro, and community cuisines, which will ascend in 2023.

Plant-Based: - The rapid growth of the plant-based sector has inevitably hit some stumbling blocks, necessitating a refocus on consumer demands for high-quality, flavourful products. Green gastronomy will blossom as a standalone sector in 2023, providing significant opportunities for brands to diversify and expand.

Pre-order of the food from home:- Now you don't have to wait any longer for the order, make a food reservation at home according to your time slot and your food will be served as soon as you reach the restaurant, this can save a lot of time for both customers and restaurateurs.

Bar & Restaurant Concepts:- The F&B industry literally has to put its money where its mouth is by constantly reinventing itself and pushing the proverbial envelope. In recent years, the food industry has been driven to rethink operational models, menus, packaging, etc., and recalibrate at many levels. including supply chains, hygiene, service standards, spatial design and more this year. As it realigns itself, the bar and restaurant industry is innovating to offer diners newer, exciting concepts in 2023.

Street food: - Favourites from international carts and stands are being brought into the dining room. Street food is an alternative to traditional restaurant menus that allows customers to try new flavours and cuisines from around the world.

The recipe for success in the F&B industry is to keep up with the demands of time by cultivating innovative strategies in this transitional landscape.

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