A Step-by-Step Guide to Obtaining A Restaurant Business License

*Click on underlined words to fill the licensing forms online.

Step 1
Prepare your personal or corporate identities.

  • Identity Card (KTP)
  • Individual or Corporate Taxpayer Identification Number (NPWP)
  • Certificate of Incorporation

Step 2
Prepare the permits related to the building and location of the restaurant, such as:

  • Building Permit
  • Certificate of City Plan
  • Certificate or Proof of Possession of Land and Buildings
  • Land Use Permit
  • Proof of Land and Building Tax payment
  • Allocation of Land Use Permit
  • Domicile Certificate and Business License from the village chief
  • Business Location Permit from the subdistrict
Step 3

Submission of environmental feasibility documents to the Regional Environmental Agency.

  • Environmental Management Efforts (UKL)
  • Environmental Monitoring Efforts (UPL)
  • Environmental Impact Assessment (AMDAL)

Step 4
Submission of Land Disturbance Permit or Hinder Ordonantie (HO) to the village chief or subdistrict. One of general requirements to get the permit is the permission of neighbors relating to business location.

Note : Step one to four must be completed before continuing to the next step, because the permits and other document above will be needed as requirement to get a business license.


Step 5
Submission of Trade Business License (SIUP) to the nearest Department of Trade and Industry.

1. Small SIUP;
Shall be obtained by trading company with net income calculation norm in the amount of Rp.50.000.000(fifty million Rupiah) up to Rp.500.000.000 (five hundred million Rupiah), does not included lands and building where the business operated.
2. Middle SIUP;
Shall be obtained by trading company with net income calculation norm in the amount of Rp.500.000.000(five hundred million Rupiah) up to Rp. (ten billion Rupiah), does not included land and building where the business operated.
3. Large SIUP;
Shall be obtained by trading company with net income calculation norm in the amount of aboveRp. (ten billion Rupiah), not included land and building where the business operated.

SIUP is not required for :

  1. Micro business that is only managed by the owner or family members, such as pitchman, hawkers, etc.
  2. Branch of the company that already has SIUP.


Step 6
Submission of Company Registration Certificate (TDP). This certificate is used as official record of the company and type of business at the Company Registration Office at the Department of Trade and Industry at Regency/City level.

Note :

  1. The previous documents must be brought along with the registration of TDP.
  2. TDP is valid for 5 years with the manufacturing cost between Rp 10.000 – Rp 250.000 and will complete for maximum 14 days.


Step 7
Registration of License for Tourism Business (TDUP) or License for Restaurant can be done in one place, if there are PTSP, UPTSA, BPPT or KPPT in your area. Administrative requirements that must be completed are :

  1. The license application form stamped Rp 6,000 
  2. Copy of ID card 
  3. Copy of Certificate or Proof of Possession of Land and Buildings
  4. Copy of site plan picture
  5. Deed of Establishment of the company (if the restaurant has legal entity)
  6. Copy of IMB
  7. Copy of SKRK
  8. Copy of HO
  9. Copy of NPWP
  10. Copy of Allocation of Land Use Permit
  11. UKL, UPL atau AMDAL documents

Note :

  1. The documents will be checked and and compared to the real condition.
  2. If it has been in compliance, the applicant pays fee to the local government theough the local bank.
  3. To get restaurant license, general requirement that must be included is non-halal description if the product contains pork.

Step 8
Wait for 14 to 30 days to get the restaurant license or TDUP and the restaurant can be operated.

Step 9
Registration of special permits based on the type of restaurant business, such as:

  1. Trade Business License for Alcoholic Beverages (SIUP-MB)
  2. Franchise License
  3. Import and Export License (required for food and beverages packaging which are shipped overseas, etc)

Note :

  1. The restaurant needs informal permit which is related to the society, such as licensing from the closest village chief or mass organizations and also provide an information that the restaurant serves non-halal menu.


Step 10
Submission of Hygiene Certificate from the local Department of Health.