Tracy and Oscar Pasinato are living their dream, having recently opened a small restaurant in Singapore named Buko Nero. Oscar mans the kitchen and Tracy the front of the house, serving as hostess and server. Almost from the day the restaurant opened its door has been totally sold out. Reservations are full weeks in advance for most sittings. The Pasinatos are making a decent living from the restaurant, but are working extreme hours with no end in sight. They feel that their success is begging to be a burden and need solutions that afford their desired lifestyle.
Buko Nero, Avoiding the Black Hole of Early Success
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- Publisher:International CHRIE
- Publication year:2011
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- Discipline: Wellbeing, Health & Stress at Work, Hospitality, Travel & Tourism Management
- Contains:Teaching Notes
- Length:2,918 words
Region:South-Eastern AsiaCountry:SingaporeIndustry:Food and beverage service activitiesOrganization:Buko NeroOriginally Published In:2011). Buko Nero, avoiding the black hole of early success. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Cases, 1 (1), 52– 58., & (Type:Online ISBN:9781529710106Copyright: © 2011 International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education (ICHRIE). All rights reserved.