The Aristocrat Restaurant Franchise is looking for partners to help them in continuing the legacy they have started. The company is giving a chance those qualified entrepreneurs to be a part of the tried and tested quality recipes all through the years. This company only provides food business that offers the best to every Filipino family, nothing less.
A hardworking and simple couple started this business way back in 1930s. It all started as a small restaurant business which then turned in as one of the Philippines most renowned restaurant. Truly an indelible icon at that! The first kiosk the founders opened was named after the 1st Filipino hero, “Lapu Lapu” – of course depicting culinary at the same time. It was located across St. Theresa, where the students went crazy over the selection of delectable menu they used to offer. Ranging from banana fritters (turon), dinuguan at puto, pancit luglug, arrozcaldo to lumpiang ubod. The food tasted so good the word spread like wild fire.
When The Arisctocrat restaurant was born, the owners see to it that every food they offer to every Filipino family is cooked with love and passion. Only the freshest and best quality ingredients and they did not settle for anything else. Indeed, they always turn a simple local dish to grandiose only fit for those who have royal blood. The banner used to be, (and still is until this time) “delicious, clean and affordable”. The owners taught their food servers, to not touch the sandwiches with their bare hands. Hence, the use of fork and knife during preparing fish fillet and adobo has been an attraction (the restaurant’s very first popular dish).
How Much Does the Total The Aristocrat Restaurant Franchise Investment Cost?
Php 2,000,000 – Franchise Fee; this includes a comprehensive and intensive training program for the management, franchisee and staff to ensure the system of operation is passed on to them. An operations manual on daily basis, business opening assistance (complete). This fee also gives the franchisee the right to use The Aristocrat name, trademarks, operating system access, marketing assistance, ongoing business development, continue consultation and other benefits that the organization offers for franchisees.
Php 10,000,000 to Php 20,000,000 is the total investment range, depending on the:
Store Type – free standing, mall, strip mall
Qualification of investor
Training & Support
The company shall be assisting the construction and architecture of the store to be put up through the help of its accredited contractors.
A royalty fee of 5% from total gross sales from business operation is to be paid. 1% of gross sales per month should be allocated for advertising locally, and a contribution of 2% from gross sales allocated for business development and corporate advertising to be used for media based advertising and brand building as well. Payback period ideally is 2.8 to 3.6 years, of course depending on total sales and store locations.
The hiring should be done by the franchisee, but The Aristocrat organization will be the one conducting trainings to ensure the day to day operation, personnel management, inventory control, customer service, food preparation and basic operating procedure meet the company’s standard.
Aristocrat Franchise contract is good for 5 years, is renewable twice (15 years in total).
Upon sending the application papers, they will be subject for review. If an applicant has potential, he/she will be invited for an interview, site evaluation, and follow up meetings to discuss the agreement further and then the franchise will be awarded if the applicant passed all the requirements and is qualified to be the next The Aristocrat franchisee!
The Aristocrat Restaurant
The Aristocrat Franchise Corporation, 432 San Andres St. cor. Roxas Blvd., Malate, Manila, Philippines