The food truck became a darkkitchen.
In 2020 I had an old food truck that I bought with borrowed money and worked for a while with varying success. Once it brokedown and the repair was estimated at a huge amount of money, which I did not have. I had 2 options - to leave everything as it is and save up for repairs, or turn it from a food truck into a stationary mini-kitchen. We moved truck tomy friend's parking lot in downtown and started selling it online. We became delivery-only kitchen through Uber Eats, Postmates, GrubHub and DoorDash.
The Kitchen looked like anobservation point, printers and tablets were everywhere. I started looking fora POS system to combine everything or change something, it was very inconvenient to work this way. I contacted KitchenHub, after 30 minutes they explained to me that I did not need POS. All tasks are solved through one simple application with great functionality.
“I feel like KitchenHub by far the best decision that we've made and I would not change anything about it.”
Now we are finishing renovations in a new location and launching a full kitchen, and adding virtual brands. If you want to increase revenue without opening new stores, you have to corporate with KitchenHub and add on delivery only brands to your kitchen.