Filipinos love to eat – whether there are special occasions or not. We enjoy eating out and indulging in our favorite food at our favorite restaurants. Chicken inasal and pork liempo are among the favorite foods that Pinoys love to eat – and true enough, you will find several restaurants serving these dishes.
Chic-Boy Restaurant is one of these top favorites. The food chain started in Cebu City back in 2010 by founder Francis Juan. The restaurant’s name is a play at ‘chicken’ and ‘baboy’ (pig), the two main ingredients for their bestsellers, the Chicken Inasal and Cebu Pork Liempo.
The two dishes are the restaurants specialty, with the items marinated and stuffed in herbs and spices before being broiled over charcoal.
Aside from these two main dishes, Chic-Boy also offers other dishes:
- Lechon sisig
- Bangus sisig
- Chicken sisig
- Tuna sisig
- Pork barbecue
Did you know that Chic-Boy Restaurant is available for franchising?
Franchise Fees and Investment Costs
If you are planning on franchising your very own Chic-Boy Restaurant, then you’ll have to prepare the following capital:
Franchise fee: Php950,000
Commissary Deposit: Php300,000
Aside from these fees, you might also need to shell out additional money for the actual restaurant; thus, the total investment costs for Chic-Boy Restaurant can go as high as Php5 million to Php6 million.
The initial franchise term is 7 years and you can get your ROI in 2 to 2.5 years, Chic-Boy claims according to Pinoy Money Talk.
Steps to Franchise Chic-Boy Restaurant
Step 1. Prepare letter of intent which must contain the following:
Interest in franchising the restaurant
Complete resume with 2×2 photo
Proposed site for the restaurant, with location map and complete address
Step 2. Send the letter of intent to email@example.com
Step 3. You will receive a letter from Chic-Boy Restaurant containing the application form and a copy of the franchise presentation. Study this and fill out the form.
Step 4. Submit the completed forms to Chic-Boy Restaurant.
Step 5. The company will assess your proposed location and meet up with you for further discussions.
Step 6. Once approved and the contract is signed, pay the franchise fees and other relevant fees.
Pier One Bar and Grill Holdings Corporation,
Pier One Building, Cabrera Road,
Kaytikling, Barangay Dolores,
Taytay Rizal, Philippines
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone No: (02)658-3992, (02)658-4564, (02)809-3374
Fax No.: (02)656-3992 Loc. 102