Saturday, April 9, 2011

Feng Shui for Restaurants

Recently, there are quite a lot of of opportunities for me to enjoy some excellent delicious food around Malaysia due to my work nature as I have to do quite a number of travels. Thus, I could not stopped myself from studying the feng shui of restaurants which enjoy superb business. Of course, the good part of it is I can enjoy good food but, the disadvantage is it has make me put on quite a fair bit of weight lately! Hehehe! Thanks to all my friends who bring me to enjoy the tasty food.

After studying the feng shui of the restaurants, I am convinced again that the theory of the 5 elements works for the food industry i.e. restaurant is fire element as we use fire to cook the food. I feel that it is of vital for those who are going into the food industry to read this article. Even though I have always published quite a number of articles about the feng shui of restaurants but I have to say it again. I found the common factors which contribute to the auspicious feng shui, despite some other factors. The key here is never use black color as the key/main color for the restaurant as black color is the color of water and water put out fire. Also, black which produce more yin energy. Please do not think that black color looks stylist, modern or romantic and you use it as the main color for your restaurant. I have seen a number of restaurants which used black color as its theme color and eventually have to end their business pretty soon.

Let me give you some examples:-

Restoran Kar Heong Chicken Rice SS 14 60, Jalan 14/2 Subang Jaya 47500, Petaling Jaya Selangor, Malaysia serves excellent chicken rice. The colors that they use most are the red color and green color. (Please refer to the pictures above.) Red is the color for the fire and green color is the color for the plant element. Plant produces fire because we use plant/wood to create fire. The uniform for the employees are all green in color. Also, those owners who are doing good in their restaurants business, their bazi should require fire element.

De Tai Tong Cafe (大东酒楼) 45, Lebuh Cintra, 10100 Penang, Malaysia is a popular dim sum restaurant in Penang. The name De Tai Tong Cafe (大东酒楼) which means the great Eastern actually emphasizes the East direction which is the direction of plant. Please refer to my book page 22. You will notice that the signboard is using red color as well.

Mr. BBQ Restaurant, 16-17 Jalan Maharajalela, 34000 Taiping, Perak, Malaysia serves marvellous bbq seafood and fish. Look at the signboard and the colors that they use. Also, it is better to use wooden tables than any other material tables if you are going to set up a restaurant.

You can read more about how to have auspicious feng shui for restaurant in my book page 164 and page 129.

As the matter of fact, I have actually applied the same theory when I did the feng shui audit for the Island Park Restaurant prior to their major renovation. The business has become good after that and was told by the owner that they have managed to sell the restaurant with good price.

There are several articles that I have posted in my blog earlier and you can click the below links to read them:- It is just my two cents advice and hope that it will benefit you.


Jennifer Ng Lee Ting said...

Dear Master Lee, thanks for sharing. Those owners who are doing good in their restaurants business, their bazi require fire element or himself have fire element?

Jennifer Ng Lee Ting said...

Those owners who are doing good in their restaurants business, their bazi should require fire element. This mean bazi need fire or himself have fire element?

Lee Cheng Hoe said...

bazi need fire