Concepts/Cuisines currently popular in Sydney
As a Food and Beverage innovator and having operated businesses in premier f...
Steamed Dumplings outlets
This concept is fairly new to the Sydney market, made popular with the advent of up market
opera...
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Popular QSR Concepts in Sydney

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Concepts/Cuisines currently popular in Sydney As a Food and Beverage innovator and having operated businesses in premier food precincts for over 19 years, I have been privy to the massive growth of the QSR industry in Sydney, with the advent of new concepts and cuisines every year. Some concepts have not delivered because of poor business models, fierce competition, and poor delivery of food and service, while some have succeeded and even expanded in the National markets. Based on my professional interest and knowledge of the local QSR market, following is a shortlist of concepts and cuisines which are extremely popular in Sydney. Charcoal Chicken with North African or Middle Eastern Flavours Charcoal Chicken outlets are witnessing a revival in Sydney, drawing record crowds. Popular flavours include, Portuguese with the whole chook butterflied and marinated in a secret sauce, roasted over hot coals, or as a breast fillet cooked on a hotplate served in the popular Portuguese Burger! Blending recipes with spices from Angola and using the traditional charcoal techniques from Portugal. Brazilian BBQ A simple but effective concept, where a variety of meats, pork, sausage and chicken cooked on a purpose-built "churrasqueira", a barbecue grill, often with supports for spits or skewers or only the skewers above the embers. Both food court and casual dining models are popular. Gourmet Burgers Premium Gourmet Burgers are the new rage in Australia, witnessing heady growth. Even celebrity chefs like Neil Perry with “Burger Project” are getting involved. The business model is effective as it offers its customers burgers prepared fresh with premium produce in a fun and funky setting (value proposition) and charges premium prices for its products (profit formula) Mamak (Malaysian Street Food) Malaysian eateries, with hawker inspired menus and casual dining formats (street level) are getting extremely popular with many new international entrants, sourcing the market for real estate opportunities.
  • 2. Steamed Dumplings outlets This concept is fairly new to the Sydney market, made popular with the advent of up market operators. It may seem strange that there is such an art to eating something no bigger than the average mouthful. Every dumpling pastry is delicately hand made to measure between precisely 4.8 and 5.2 grams at conception, before being filled to weigh between 20.8 and 21.2 grams. All this and the promise that the dumplings are made fresh in front of your eyes, steamed in exactly three minutes and on your table in seconds. Ramen Noodles outlets Even today, “the ramen created by Japanese BBQ chefs” continues to evolve in Sydney! Today, 21st Century Japan is a “Ramen War” battlefield, where over 100,000 specialty ramen noodle bars compete fiercely with one another to be the best. This war has now broken out far across the Equator in Sydney, Australia. German bier café’s Pure Bier, Pure Food, Pure Passion, delivering premium imported German (and Austrian) biers and modern Bavarian fare in a lively, welcoming atmosphere. This concept has become popular and one awaits the arrival of “Brotziet” (Singapore based) in Sydney and Melbourne, with more promise of great German food and fun. Mexican Mexican food has enjoyed a revival in its popularity over the last five years with at least three popular franchises in Australia, with more in the pipeline.

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