Binalot, coined from the Filipino word which means “wrapped”, Binalot is just that – classic Filipino fare wrapped in banana leaves in traditional local fashion. The Binalot menu is composed of various favorite meals such as adobo, tapa, bistek, tocino, longganisa among others, all atop steaming hot rice and garnished with appetizing sidings of salted egg and tomato.
Franchise fee: Php 500,000
Estimated Total Investment (Inclusive of Franchise Fee): 1.8 Million – 2.8 Million Initial / Franchise Fee, Kitchen Equipment, Utensils, Cookware, POS, Renovation / Construction, Signage / Menu board / Murals
Franchise Fee Inclusions:
For Marketing (Php 30,000.00) – Opening Assistance
* Banners & streamers
* Opening promos
* Food & Beverage
* Press Release
o Initial Inventory – worth P50, 000.00
* Operations – Opening Team
o Supervisor – duty for 2 weeks
o Two (2) Service Crew – duty for 2 weeks
o Initial Staff (maximum of 5) training fee to be shouldered by BFFI (including training of the Franchisee & the Bookkeeper)
Name: Binalot Fiesta Foods, Inc.
Address: 3686 BUJ Building Sun Valley Drive, Sun Valley Subdivision, Paranaque City, Philippines 1700
Telephone: (632) 821-0509
Fax: (632) 824-7014
Year established: 1996
Type of organization: Corporation
Type of business: Restaurant/Quick Service Restaurant
No. of employees: 94
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