I don’t know how you have time to run all these businesses and hold a full time job when you make 12 posts a day on average ... but anywaySelling economical food is a numbers game and must be done in a high density location with plenty of average wage earners.
A typical chicken rice stall could generate sales per day at roughly $ 500.
1 chicken can certainly serve up to 10 pax.
Cost per chicken $18
Selling price per pax @ normal is $ 8
Selling price per pax @ economy price $ 5.50
Average total sales of chicken is 10 in the economy range.
Rental could be daily at $30 or monthly $900.
Monthly revenue = estimated @ $15,000
How I know this ?
Spaz co-owns it.
If you are managing to make a food business work then fair play. In my opinion it is a tough game with little profit assuming you are operating legally.
I take it that you account for public liability insurance, employee insurance, food premises approval, business rates per square foot of premises, equipment and maintenance cost, cost of gas and electricity, VAT and capital gains tax?
So all in all if you have a passion for food, or afford to employ a decent chef with a passion for what he or she does, and can actually offer something different and unique within the vicinity of the competing food outlets, then you stand a chance. But if you are just the average joe who wants to make a quick book with no actual interest in street food or what ever it is you are pushing then you are more likely to get a rude awakening