The business was not that bad, really. It was managed by my ever so industrious sister. The place was conveniently located on a busy road near a school. The food was made out of secret ingredients and spices making diners come back for more. The service was fast and friendly. It was my dad's latest business endeavor, but before it can even hit its first year, it had to fold because of swelling cost of running it.
I felt sad for my dad and my sister who really pulled a lot of resources and effort to keep it alive. One problem was the location. Because it was in Antipolo, far from where we live, it was hard to keep an eye on. But most of all, I think there's a lot of improvement needed on the logistics and accounting side of the business.
This was the diner's set up, Silog diner inside and outside there was a cart that serves dim sum and burgers.
(pardon the faulty date)
The best seller of all, the famous longsilog.
Every business has a life span, but while the diner did not last very long, we sure learned a lot about the in and outs of the food business.