Countless menu concepts, one kitchen!

Restaurant scene just got redefined.
VIRTUAL kitchens.

The beauty of a ‘delivery only’ restaurant is that it cuts out customer service and the need to have multiple cooks/cashiers/servers/bussers working at once, saving in labour costs as well as the usual headaches that occur when dealing with customers frequently. 

There is no limit to what concept/menu we can create.

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some of Our ghost kitchen brands

some of Our ghost kitchen 

Indian cuisine

Greek grill


Deep fried



Chicken gastronomy



Chicken BBQ

Our company is unique

to any other company

or restaurant currently


Out of one single store, we run many different menu concepts that customers see as different restaurants when they order online via food couriers. Ghost kitchens, also known as virtual kitchens, have cropped up in increasing numbers across the U.S. and U.K. in recent years. Our goal is to have a location every four miles in every major city in North America so that we may provide all our concepts/menus to customers within thirty minutes.
“I never thought in my wildest dreams not having a store presence would work… Now I have fifteen stores open” -Kottas, Founder

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creative menus

Kitchen modifications

Multiple cuisine choices

no extra waiters

Customer satisfaction


new cooking ways


Around the news

‘Ghost kitchens’ begin to pop up in Canada as food delivery grows in popularity

George Kottas owns 15 restaurants in the Greater Toronto Area, but almost none of them have a dining room or takeout counter, and if you wandered into most, you’d be hard-pressed to find any customers.

'Ghost kitchens' emerge in Canadian food scene.

Ghost kitchens, also known as virtual kitchens, have cropped up in increasing numbers across the U.S. and U.K. in recent years, but have only recently started seeping into the Canadian market, which Kottas said is ripe for the model.

Home food delivery is surging thanks to ease of online ordering

Investment firm Cowen is forecasting a massive 79 percent surge in the total U.S. food home delivery market over the next five years. Grubhub stands to benefit most from booming delivery sales, according to researches.

Restaurants Shrink as Food Delivery Apps Get More Popular

People are still eating restaurant food, they’re just not doing it at restaurants as much. Delivery apps from DoorDash Inc., Postmates Inc., GrubHub Inc. and UberEats have made ordering easier, and have changed the way food chains work.

our goal

I am just about to launch in Calgary, Vancouver, Montreal and Ottawa. My goal is to have a store every four kilometers across Canada.

Kitchens like this allow entrepreneurs to save on the staff and real estate they would need to operate a full restaurant while giving them a chance to experiment with the new food or dining concepts that can easily be abandoned with little cost if they aren’t a success.

Click here to read my full story – George Kottas, Franchise Developer

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