When restaurant consultants Robert Zuetell and USC graduate Shaunn Ng decided to open a food truck in Orange County, they had one goal in mind: To create something unique, something that had not been served up by all the other Korean BBQ food trucks.
There are terminal-less options where you simply type credit card info and have a different company process the payment for you, but there are two major flaws to this process.
A new lunch truck has hit the streets of Milpitas, this one bringing the traditional flavors of India to nontraditional new world dishes. It’s called Tikka Bytes, a name that cleverly conveys their focus and approach.
“Typical POS systems for restaurants won’t work for us. Those systems are designed for brick-and-mortar locations and cost thousands of dollars.”