Cloud Kitchens are Becoming the New Norm For Large Chain Restaurants in Dubai UAE.

Are you ready to start your cloud kitchen in Dubai UAE?

Cloud kitchens are app-based delivery of food that the new generation of diners resorts to at odd hours of the day. The tradition of going out to a restaurant to be served a hot meal has all but died in a post-pandemic world.
Cloud kitchens have a lot of monikers – dark kitchens, ghost kitchens, virtual restaurants. But all of them run on the same premise – a delivery-only concept where there is no place to dine in, and the food gets delivered to your doorstep. All orders are to be made online via dedicated food-delivery apps or websites or third-party platforms.

Why choose us?

UAE’s booming food culture came armed with the cloud kitchen set-up as other industries started folding under pressure. It then went on to witness an astronomical growth as almost 70% of UAE restaurants switched to cloud kitchen models instead of dine-in if we are to believe the POSist Restaurant Industry and Market Evolution Report.
A major reason to pivot to this model was the prevalence of lower setup costs and improved margins at the end of the day. Efficiency is the byword in the cloud kitchen system – thus making it a go-to solution for both the industry and the clientele. Many top players are known to set up their facilities in cost-effective locations such as empty parking lots, industrial backyards, etc. An abundance of space was an advantage and one could easily cover rent expenses.

6 Cloud Kitchen Business Models in Dubai UAE

  • 1. The independent cloud kitchen model
    Single brand, single kitchen, no storefront. Typical kitchen size – 500 – 600 sq ft.

  • 2. The Rebel foods (Faasos) business model
    Multi-brand (cuisine), single kitchen, multiple outlets, no storefront.

  • 3. The Freshmenu business model
    Single brand, single kitchen, multiple outlets, with a storefront.

  • 4. The Swiggy Access business model
    Aggregator owned, multi (restaurant) brand, rented co-working kitchens, no storefront.

  • 5. The Zomato Infrastructure Services business model
    Aggregator owned, multi-restaurant brand, rented kitchens, with a storefront.

  • 6. The Kitopi business model
    Cooking and delivery fully outsourced