Reyes Barbecue Franchise


reyes-barbecue-logoIt was first established in 2002 by owner-founder Mr. Francisco Reyes (a De La Salle University alumnus). Just like any other business that were just starting, Reyes Barbeque has experienced ups and downs but to cut the long story short, it has surpassed it all and currently has more than 40 branches in the Philippines. Reyes Barbeque provides a fast casual dining experience. Its casual but cozy ambience, mouth-watering dishes that are reasonably priced are one of the reasons why people love going back to Reyes Barbeque, truly a gastronomic experience! One of the biggest and most popular dishes is the Boneless Chicken Barbeque served with Java rice and peanut sauce with achara or eggplant salad. Nowadays, it offers sauces in jars as well for customers to enjoy them at home.

As far as expansion is concerned, Reyes Barbeque is planning to establish branches way down South of the Philippines as well as Southeast Asian Region such as: Indonesia, Malaysia and Guam Island. Reyes Barbeque always strives to maintain the good quality of the products they offer to the consumers, and that is one of the reasons why it is one of the fastest growing and popular franchise opportunities in the country nowadays. It has branches at: Binondo Manila, Muntinlupa, Quezon City, Boracay Island, Negros Occidental, Makati City, Ortigas Centre, Glorietta 4, Ayala Centre, Greenhills, Taguig City, Sta. Rosa Laguna, Mandaluyong, Pampanga, SM Mall of Asia, Marilao Bulacan, Tarlac City, and Cainta Rizal among other branches.


Reyes Barbecue Menu

  • Appetizers – Grilled Asparagus Pork Wrap, Grilled Chicken Gizzard, Grilled Chicken Liver Pork Wrap,
  • Pork Barbeque and Sisig
  • Mains – Beef Salpicao Barbeque, Boneless Chicken, Grilled Bangus, Grilled Hamburger, Grilled Fish, Grilled Liempo, Grilled Squid, Grilled Salmon/Tuna Belly.
  • Snacks – Goto, Arroz Caldo, Cheese Pie, Banana Caramel Ala Mode, Choco Meringue
  • Soups and Sides – Molo Soup, Sotanghon Soup, Munggo, Sitaw at Kalabasa
  • Noodles – Palabok, Garlic Sotanghon, Pancit Canton
  • Value Meals, Drinks and Desserts

Reyes Barbecue Franchise Information

Franchise Fee – P300,000.00 payable upon signing of franchise agreement (one-time payment). This is one of the most competitive franchise fees in the country.

Royalty Fee – 5 % of Gross Sales

Advantages of the franchise

  • A business model with successful track record
  • Use of Brand Trademark and Goodwill
  • Commissary System (Standardized Products)
  • Unified Visual Merchandising Design and Look
  • On The Job Training Program
  • Operations System (Manual)
  • Management and Operations Team to Support Franchisees

The total Reyes Barbecue Franchise investment cost is about Php 1,500,000 to Php 2,500,000 (inclusive of the Php 300,000 franchise fee) but it still depends on the chosen site, area and the extent of work to be done on the store location. For Free standing/dine-in outlets require a minimum of 30 to 100 square meters. For a successful franchise and fast Return-On-Investment, diligent day-to-day supervision is important role of the franchisees. The core target market is AB and Upper C. But, it’s been observed that the CD market is also patronizing Reyes Barbeque stores due to the nature of the product which is “mainstream comfort food”. For 2 eight hour shifts, the personnel required is: 1 manager/supervisor, and a minimum of 7 crew/staff. However, additional crew will depend on the expected volume of sales. Return-On-Investment is 1-2 years, depending on several factors.

The franchise candidates are the ones responsible for searching for their own location. But the franchisor, may give the franchisee-prospect a letter of authorization to apply for the said space using the brand name Reyes Barbecue (provided the candidate is qualified). Preferably, the location must have a potentially high traffic, or it may not be approved at all.

Contact Details

Contact the company for further discussion of the Reyes Barbecue Franchise at the following details


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Phone Nos.: (02)726-9725, (02)724-7626

Mobile No.: 0906-578-1264

Address:  819 B – Torres St., Mandaluyong City, Philippines