Working in abstract spheres of IT, B2B sales, phone calls, home office and seemingly ever-lasting to do lists, can be exhausting and debilitating. Next to the ambition of starting a little consulting business named rubiconcepts (see my last posting), I decided to do something that couldn’t be thematically further away: a restaurant. One that serves Japanese dishes. One in which we make our own produce. One in which the to do list is not quite minimalistic but rather very practical and, most importantly, you see your output within minutes:
You buy foods, you create a meal, you bring it to your customer, he pays for it, done. How easy of a working process is that – compared to all this multilayered office work done online? It is very enjoyable and transports a completely different feeling of „getting something done“.
I am very proud to announce that together with two colleagues (from the gastronomical industry, thank god!) I will open a Ramen Restaurant in Mannheim, Germany on the 15th of November. Pop-up restaurants like ours are temporary restaurants. Such projects often take place in the most diverse and unconventional locations – a private home, a former factory or during festivals.