Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Panoráma Café @ 5, Kossuth Square Street


My interest for café business started after having worked part time in a restaurant and later for f&b chain. There's no denying that it is no easy task to run a food outlet. Details like ambience, menu selection , which coffee beans to use, cost control bla bla bla ; however, I would still love to be able to have my own café in the future. In the meantime, I guess sitting in a café day dreaming about it is good enough for me.

FYI - locally, hamburger bars, pizzerias, bakeries are especially popular with the customers.

16 comments:

photowannabe said...

I always wanted to have a coffee cafe and antique shop together. I think it would be lots of fun with interesting people. Perhaps someday.
I like the reflections in the cafe picture.

Lisi said...

well well...firstly this looks exactly a advertising photo for cafe! good shot! Secondly, my dream is to run a bookstore with a small cafe but am not good a f&b, so maybe we can do a joint venture...haha! btw, I do think DSLR is relatively more complicated to handle than DC but my friends keep saying I should "graduate" from DC to DSLR...actually I like Canon G7 :-)

Zsolt72 said...

i like very much the culture of Cafés. When I am in a new city I love to spend time in a Café watching the people walking around, going to work, doing their business and enjoying that at the moment I am not busy:)

Lavender Lady said...

I too like the shadows. Very nice!

Olivier said...

ta photo en b&w, me fait plus penser à une salle de lecture qu'à un café.
On se verrait bien faire passer le temps avec un livre.
Beau traitement b&w.


your photograph in b&w, makes me more think of a room of reading that to a coffee. One would see oneself well making spend time with a book. Beautiful b&w treatment.

maiylah said...

interesting angle, Kris!
"J" is also interested in the café business ... i remember, he told me about it while we were still college students! :))

Nick said...

A beautfully textured photograph. Very atmospheric, very enticing. It makes me wish I could spend an hour or two there.

~tanty~ said...

No customer yet? I like the way you took this picture.

Nathalie said...

What a beautiful photo. You've captured the atmosphere beautifully. Looks like you've had plenty of offers for a joint business. The idea of linking cafe and antiques where every piece of furniture is for sale appeals to me.

blueboat said...

Wonderful photo - I love the shadows and reflections.

John said...

Great photo, looks good in B&W.

ruth said...

I love the photo too. The windows are so lovely and make it a place I want to sit and just stare. You're right, restaurant business is tough. I was a waitress a long time.

Meg in Nelson said...

Now, there's an idea for a theme - "If I owned a cafe/restaurant, it would look like this!" So, what kind of images do you have on your mind? What's the name of your cafe? Tell us, tell us!

Carraol said...

I like a lot your image, the light & the forms, is splendid! Also the use of the letters of your blog's name. A pleasure view. I'm sure one day you own your cafe.

kris said...

Hi all!
i see all of share the like for cafe and doing it as business. Joint business? its definitely worth considering. So, I wish all of our dreams will come true . Cheers !

Meg,
hmmm..name ... the idea is to open it in my home country malaysia. So I can name it the hungry Hungarian ;)

Ruth,
tough but most enjoyable. I wasn't a waitress but a bookeeper. I did help out when really busy :)

Lisi,
G7 scored high in Megapixel review. Hopefully i'll see pix from your new cam soon ;)

Thank you all for your visits!

Kris said...

Maiylah,
hey, you should remind him of his dream..you can help him to manage :))

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