About Parsly

Swedish restaurants hit by a double blow

Leo Kia, Co-founder & CEO at Parsly

The Swedish restaurant industry is in a deep crisis, with 86% more bankruptcies compared to the same time last year. Those who survived the pandemic are now grappling with soaring costs and guests with less to spend out than before. With the help of AI and machine learning, Parsly assists restaurants in taking control of their variable costs for increased profitability and greater resilience in difficult times.

“At first, I couldn’t believe it was free. Then, when I started using the service, I was completely blown away – it was instant love!”

Rocky Mardini, Co-founder and owner of Cravings Kitchen

Thanks to our cooperation with the industry’s most experienced and profitable, we have managed to automate the purchasing process and develop a tool that, according to a budding restauranteur like Rocky, both facilitates and improves his restaurant business.

“It’s so easy to understand. It’s not 20 clicks until you find what you’re after, it’s one click or two – and you’re there!”

Tobias Wikberg, Food & Beverage Manager, Hotel Rival

We are proud to be able to help Tobias take control of Rival’s purchasing costs. We are pleased to hear that the service helps him react in good time to price increases and facilitates his procurement work with suppliers.

“Cut costs on things that are boring and spend savings on what’s best for the restaurant!”

Ettore Forastiero, Purchasing and Product Manager at Meno Male

Ettore explains how he uses Parsly to keep track of purchases at Meno Male’s five restaurants. He emphasizes the importance of having a good oven, genuine products, skilled bakers, but also a cost-effective operation.

“For many who come to a new country, the restaurant industry is an opportunity to start over and build a new life.”

Parsly’s founders: Leo Kia & Ramzi Ferchichi

We know from first-hand experience that running a restaurant is no walk in the park. Margins are tight and there’s never quite enough time. That’s why we built Parsly – the missing ingredient we would have loved back in the day.

Make more on every meal