Kubong Sawali is an authentic restaurant that offers a wide variety of genuine Ilocano and Filipino dishes that are special and rarely seen in most restaurants in the City of Pines. Their casual dining space was constructed to offer every individual a fun and exciting place to host any parties, friend’s informal get-together and family dinners. It was presented to the people of Baguio last October 18, 2013 to the great mind of the owner to present some toothsome dishes people would really enjoy. It has been known easily because of its uniqueness and savory foods at stake. The first operation was on No. 11 Military Cutoff Road, Baguio City which was a distinguished place and can easily be found at the City of Pines. It is located in a cool area with lots of trees around, one of the advantages of dining in this restaurant.
Resulting in a huge number of people who tried to have a new taste on it and by then spread the extraordinary experience they had on the first attempt. After the instant success caused by the numerous demands from loyal restaurant eaters, Kubong Sawali decided to expand its actuality, only the satisfaction of every customer has been their legacy. The primary mission is to carry regional local cuisines, existing Filipino dishes in the heart of The Summer Capital of the Philippines. It is now the aim of the owner to make a remarkable impression in the greater Manila area and to build up the business to become an establishment as the genuine Ilocano dishes serving around the metropolis. Kubong Sawali Franchise is being shared to let the rest of the country experience the goodness of authentic Ilocano food.
Grilled Seafood like:
- Blue Marlin Bellies
- Milk fish and Catfish
Specialty Dishes or most popular as “Finger Foods” like:
- Grilled pig’s parts (head, ears, tongue, liver) blended with mayonnaise and pig’s brain
- Pork Blood Stew
- Roasted Pork
They also offer combo meals for every dish you choose from and will be prepared in a unique way placed on a panning labra in Philippines with strips of cane. Whenever you feel like eating a bunch of authentic dishes that are both healthy and sumptuous which satisfy the sensitive tongue of any local, regional, as well as foreign customers, Kubong Sawali will surely fascinate everyone with every food they serve.
Steps to Start Up With Kubong Sawali Franchise
1. Sending of the resume together with a Letter of Intent.
2. The establishment will then evaluate your application.
3. You will receive an invitation for the discussion of the Franchise details.
4. The Franchise Offering Circular receipt.
5. Inspection of Location, signing of the Memorandum of Agreement if approved.
6. If location is approved, signing of the Franchise Agreement is next.
7. Setting up of the Outlet.
8. Undergoing training.
9. Operating Assistance.
10. Grand Opening.
Kubong Sawali Franchise Details
Franchise Fee: Php 800,000
- Use of Trade Name and Proprietary Marks
- Site Approval
- Construction Supervision
- Training for Franchisee, Supervisor, Service
- Kitchen Crew
- Procurement Program
- Marketing Assistance
- Opening Assistance
- Operations Manual
- Research and Development
Initial Term: 6 years
Capital requirement: Php 4,800,000
Royalty Fee: 5% of gross sales
If you are interested in getting a Kubong Sawali Franchise, you may get in touch with them through the following:
Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/kubongsawali
Telefax No.: (074)304-1578
Address: Kubong Sawali Restaurant, No. 11 Military Cut-off, Baguio City, Philippines
Contact them also through RK Franchising Consultancy:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Phone nos.: (02)912-2946, (02)912-2973, (02)955-0734
Fax no.: (02)911-1966, (02)912-2973
Phone nos.: (032)253-5010, (032)254-0473
Address: RK Franchise Consultancy Inc., G/F Minnesota Mansion, 267 Ermin Garcia St., Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines
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