Kamayan Franchise


kamayan-logoWe spoil ourselves in a lot of ways – some go to the salon to get their hair or nails done, some opt to have their body massaged and some prefer indulging their cravings in the way of a buffet. We can all admit that we all love to eat. Free flowing food and drinks are one of our wishes – to eat as much as we want on our cheat day.  Buffets have sprouted everywhere – most of them cater to breakfast, lunch and dinner. Some cater to cakes and snacks. It has grown and develop into something more.

It’s not surprising that a lot has been getting into franchising a Kamayan outlet. It is one of the 3 chains that the company Triple V own. Unlike Dads (Western Cuisine) and Saisaki (Japanese Cuisine), Kamayan focuses more on the Filipino Cuisine. They’re unparalleled in perfecting the food that they offer. It brings back memories of our childhood. The first Kamayan opened in August 1977. Unsurprisingly, it elevated the idea of the native restaurant from being a mere eatery to a place where there is adventurous native cuisine paired with the pleasures of fine dining.

Some of the foods that they offer are:


  • Kamayan Lechon de Leche
  • Pritson
  • Litson Liempo
  • Litson Kawali
  • Crispy Pata


  • Kamayan Yaman Dagat
  • Adobong Hito sa Dilaw
  • Hito sa Bawang
  • Crispy Fried Alimasag
  • Crispy Fried Salmon Skin


  • Inihaw na Pusit Sinulog/Lumot
  • Inihaw na Hito with Buro
  • Inihaw na Baboy Tagalog
  • Pork Barbeque
  • Inihaw na Manok
  • Inihaw na Atay ng Manok
  • Inihaw na Isol

Beef, Pork and Chicken:

  • Kamayan Kare-Kare
  • Kalderetang Baka
  • Bopis
  • Paksiw na Lechon
  • Pork Pukyutan
  • Crispy Chicken


  • Bibingka
  • Buko Pandan
  • Espasol
  • Fresh Fruits
  • Gelatin
  • Kutsinta
  • Leche Flan
  • Maja Blanca
  • Minatamis na Saging
  • Palitaw
  • Puto Bumbong
  • Sapin-sapin
  • Sinukmani


Currently, the have 5 branches scattered all over the big malls. They are the top name when it comes to serving genuine Filipino food. Kamayan Franchise outlet can never go wrong. For one, there’s the demand for good food. Second, buffets are well loved by the people. Return of investment is quick as you’re surely never to run out of costumers especially when it’s the holiday season.

Get your Kamayan Franchise now!

Contact Details

Contact them at:

Website: kamayansaisakidads.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/dadsworldbuffet

Edsa Greenhills Branch:

Phone Nos.: (02)722-8125, (02)705-1807

Mobile No.: 0917-898-8124

Address: 207 EDSA, Greenhills, Mandaluyong City, Philippines

Manila Branch:

Phone Nos.: (02)528-1723 to 24, (02)521-9490

Mobile No.: 0917-897-1722

Address: #523 Merchant Bldg., Padre Faura cor. Adriatico St., Ermita, Manila, Philippines


Quezon City Branch:

Phone Nos.: (02)372-8845, (02)374-3767

Mobile No.: 0917-898-8844

Address: 15 West Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines