How to Start a Mexicali Franchise


mexicali-logoFranchising has now become the most recognized and most likely become the business trend here in the Philippines. We can see them various and myriads franchise stores in all corners of the country including the popular Mexicali. Mexicali is the country’s famous establishment offering superb Californian-Mexican cuisine such as delectable burritos, crispy tacos and delicious enchiladas. If you have pinned down your decision to apply for a Mexicali franchise, you will never go wrong with your business endeavor because Mexicali has a proven business track record and have served millions of satisfied customers. By owning a franchise of Mexicali you will get an ultimate package full of business benefits and profit potential growth.


Included in the franchise package of Mexicali is an all out support to make your business leverage and do well in the return of investment. One way of showing Mexicali’s support is the inclusion of training programs in the franchise for the manager and staffs. Training covers good customer service, successful store operations, kitchen techniques, flow of product or control, financial and inventory management and personnel or staff relations. They will provide manual to run and operate the restaurant in a Mexicali way. The franchise term is good for 5 years and renewable.

What more beneficial is that with Mexicali franchise they assist you with the marketing of your business by helping you in promoting and advertising for more exposure. You won’t also find a problem with the equipment and construction because they provide a corporate contractor or you can have your choice of construction company so long it follows specifications of restaurant’s design. All kitchen needs and interiors are also provided. And to ensure your success, a constant and close monitoring is done for your business growth and sales because Mexicali is committed to give you a return of investment in as early as 2 years within operation.

How Much is the Mexicali Franchise Fee and Investment Required?

For the financial aspects of the Mexicali franchise, a prospective franchisee must prepare oneself of the following expenditure, Php 1 million an amount needed for the basic construction, Php 600,000 to spend for the equipment and for the interiors or accessories an estimated amount of Php 200,000 is needed. The  franchise also covers the use of license, brand name and trademark, staffing or personnel recruitment, training for crews and the store manager, operating assistance and support as well as operating guidelines. Another thing to consider is a 40 to 70 sq. meter area or space ideal for the store and also a royalty fee of 6% from the monthly gross sales.

Contact Details

If you need more information regarding the Mexicali Franchise, you may contact them through any of their contact details listed below:


Facebook Page:

Email: [email protected]

Phone No.: (02)895-7713, (02)729-3358

Fax No.: (02)729-3358

Address: Mexicali Food Corp., JVR Bldg., Felipe St., Poblacion, Makati City, Philippines


  1. Kumain kami ni Misis kahapon sa putang inang restaurant na ito sa Glorieta. Si Misis kasi di mahilig sa Mexican food kaya bumili siya sa S&R pizza halos katapat, ako naman bumuli ng Beef Burrito mission style like I always do. Pag balik ni misis kakain na kami pinag bawalan kami ng staff, bawal daw magdala ng mga cups and utensils that shows other resto brand. Eh nabuksan ko na yung foil ng burrito ko, sabi ko pano kami kakain kung pagbabawalan nyo kami gumamit ng galing ibang resto? The crew offerred no other explanation or excuse apart from that it is policy daw ng companya. Sabi ko putang inang policy yan, not very welcoming un-Filipino at kahit ibang lahi ang samang ugali yang policy na yan. Kaya binayaran ko burito ko lumipat kami dala namin pagkain namin nagpunta kami S&R. Hayop na kumpanya to demonyo ugali para sa maliit na kumpanya, sino kayang HINDOT dyan nakaisip ng policing yan? Kaya di na ko kakain diyan sa resto na yan. MALASIN sana kayo para magsara na kayo. Napansin ko pati serving nila lumiiit na. Is that policy arrogant for a small hardly-noticed resto? (Proof; pass by any time and their 10 or so table is not filled in). ANG SAMA NG UGALI NG PUTANG INANG KAINAN TO! Walang K mag inarte profit-wise napakaliit na kainan for a Mexican street food. Or perhaps INSECURE tong napakaliit na kainang to? Sana mag sara na kayo mga putang ina niyo! BTW ung shop niyo Serendra nagsara na lugi na di kasi mabenta eh BUTI nga!


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