Would you like to be a part of our growing Chicken Bacolod family? For those who have enjoyed our original “pinakanamit” chicken inasal through the decades, we are now open for franchising to those who are willing to invest their time and resources in building the Chicken Bacolod brand.

How to apply:

Should you wish to apply for a franchise, simply email us at bacolod_chicken@yahoo.com.ph with the following:

1. Letter of Intent

2. Lease/Award Notice from the lessor (if any)

3. Vicinity Map of prospective site

4. Photo of prospective site

Upon receipt of these information, we will review and contact you at the soonest possible time.

For more information, you may contact us at telephone number 0286307975/0939 842 0252.

Franchise Talk: 5 Filipino Food Franchises to Watch Out For

Our franchising expert explains why going Pinoy is always the better investment

Anybody in the Philippine food market will agree that there is nothing like waking up to the aroma of Filipino-cooked food. Through time, Filipinos have developed a variety of preferences, leading to the emergence of continental food and Asian-fusion cuisine. But classic Filipino dishes will always be here to stay.

In recent years, the market has seen the onslaught of concepts from all over the world. We’ve all been through the cupcake hype, the milk teas, the pizza cones, everything red velvet and the cronut. But isn’t it that we always find ourselves going back to our own scrumptious Filipino food? A Filipino may go and eat foreign cuisine once or twice a week. But a true Pinoy would always want to indulge and be full with his favorite kare-kare, sinigang, lomi or tapsilog.

This certain habit is a testament that Filipino food is not a fad. And being a fad is one of the great dangers that anyone who wants to invest in a food or restaurant business should avoid. So if you’re looking for a food business with a high level of consumer acceptance, go for Pinoy food.

Here’s a rundown of purely Filipino-inspired franchises that we can never get enough of:

1. Lugaw Queen

Lugaw is every Filipino’s comfort food, especially when we’re sick or during stormy weather. Lugaw Queen has been a go-to for many because of how it has perfected the Filipino staple. Not only that, Lugaw Queen has also introduced a variety of ways for its customers to enjoy lugaw. Their line-up offers Lugaw Seafood, Lugaw Pares, Arroz Palabok and others. They have also expanded the menu to offer other Filipino favorites.

Total franchise investment: Php1.3 million to Php1.5 million

2. Chicken Bacolod

Nothing beats the original “char-grilled” marinated chicken from Bacolod, or what many people call chicken inasal. While big names in this industry focused on growing themselves as fast-food restaurants, Chicken Bacolod stayed true to its core—roasting the “pinakamasarap” (most delicious) inasal, which the brand proudly asserts on its banner. For the owners, Chicken Bacolod is always about the passion of bringing out a distinct and delicious inasal experience in every plate.

Total franchise investment: Php2 million to Php4 million

3. Rufo’s Famous Tapa

What started in 1984 as a famous eatery for serving delicious Filipino breakfast in Kalayaan Ave. corner Salamanca Street now has over 20 branches all over Metro Manila. Rufo’s Famous Tapa claims that theirs is “Tapsi at its best.” The iconic tapsilog, or tapa (fried beef strips), sinangag (garlic rice) and itlog (egg) is a typical Filipino all-day breakfast dish. Rufo’s Famous Tapa sets itself apart from many other tapsilog places because its signature dish comes with the rich, sweet, mouthwatering sauce, leading many customers to swear, “Sauce Pa Lang, Ulam Na!”

Total franchise investment: Starts at Php4 million

4. Sarap Ala Eh

From the masa, to the mesa. There is a whole lot of love for Batangas delicacies in the vast variety of Filipino food and Sarap Ala Eh has taken the opportunity to bring the best to Filipinos through its restaurants. It started in San Pascual, Batangas—the home of Sarap Ala Eh’s distinctive Batangueño taste and humor.

Total franchise investment: Php3.5 million to Php4 million

5. Federico’s favorite

No one does laing like Federico’s Favorite. Their specially cooked premium laing is cleaned and sorted by hand. The company offers authentic Filipino regional fare at value for money servings and proudly upholds the uniquely Filipino tradition of boodle fight dining. Their menu line-up reflects founder Rosalie Ramos’s roots, who is from Camarines Sur, with meals such as Bicol Express, classic laing and other Bicolano favorites.

Total franchise investment: Php3.1 million to Php3.9 million

Some of the most notable Filipino restaurant brands have been in the industry way before the category was even formalized. The key to their success is undoubtedly the millions of Filipinos and their undying love for Filipino food. The good news is that the market is still growing locally and even beyond our shores. Aspiring franchisees are spoiled for choice with the best Filipino food franchises in the country today. While food trends come and go, one thing is for sure—you can’t go wrong with Filipino food.