Bagoong Club Resto, an austere restaurant almost hidden off Tomas Morato. You are welcomed by the friendly waiters with some spicy bagoong and a small plate of singkamas, which you can munch on while thinking about your order. The menu is easy enough to read if you are from here, with standards for sections: Kare-kare, Binagoongan, Sinigang.
They offer the traditional version of each dish, then add choices by offering variations of the original: seafood kare-kare; crispy pork binagoongan; sinigang sa bayabas.There are also sections for other soups, pancit, chicken, vegetables and other appetizers. Quite a well thought out menu that is definitely Filipino and decidedly bagoong-inspired.
Franchise Fee: P 600,000
- Trade Name and Proprietary marks
- Location approval
- Training for Franchisee, Supervisor, Kitchen and Service Crew
- Procurement program
- Opening assistance
- Operations manual
- Research & Development
Franchise Term: 6 years
Royalty Fee: 4% Gross of Sales
Total initial Investment: P4.2 Million
Minimum required space: 200 sqm.
RK Franchise Consultancy
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267 Ermin Garcia, Cubao, Quezon City
Phones: (02) 912-2946, 955-0734, Fax: (02) 912-2973
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