Getting to know The Slippery Mackerel

When: Tue 24 Oct 2017
Getting to know The Slippery Mackerel

 

What will be your Business name?
The Slippery Mackerel

Please describe the type of business you will operate and outline the goods and/or services you will provide.
We will be providing a food and beverage services for dine in and take away

How long have you been in business?
We have 25 years’ experience

Why did you choose this line of business?
Have been in the hospitality industry for some time and enjoy it

Is this your only store or do you have others?
This is our first store

How many staff members are expected to work at your business? Will you be employing new staff members?
We will have roughly 3 – 4 casual staff members

What were the main reasons you decided to trade at The Village Warralily?
Warralily is a rapidly growing area and I was very excited to be grasp the opportunity

What are you looking forward to most when you open your doors at The Village?
Providing quality fish and chips to the community

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