The Best Fried Noodles Franchises in the Philippines

Take Your Pick!

Filipinos love embracing other cultures, you see them influence our music, our shows, and even food! Most notably, the food, such as Chinese cuisine. Crowd favorites such as dumplings, siomai, and siopao all came from China and have since then become a staple of Filipino street food. One particular type of food that we all know and love are fried noodles, yes, fried noodles are commonplace in our diet from traditional brands to exotic ones, we often look for the noodles that fit our taste!

Such businesses like a fried noodles food cart, are often viable and profitable enough with its perk of needing minimum capital requirements. Below is a list of the best start-up franchises you can invest in!

1. Pinoy Style Noodles

Pinoy Style Noodles

FaB Suffrage Inc. knows just how hard it is to set up a business and the costs that follow it, that is why they came up with Pinoy Style Noodles as the low investment costs are a very good deal if you want to earn an extra income!

Franchise Information

Franchise fee: P59,000

No royalty fee

Return of investment: 1-3 months

  • Food cart and store with cabinet plus drawer
  • Necessary operational equipment
  • Days’ worth of product
  • Franchisee training
  • Site assistance
  • Business materials about the food cart concept
  • Sales and strategic planning seminar
  • Free delivery of the food cart
  • E-loading service

Contact Information

Address: #17A Ground flr. St. Martin Bldg. Westpoint St., Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines 1109


Phone no.: 0917-5323708 / 0998-5928617 / (02)6231856 – Look for Edison Gomez

You can check out our page for Pinoy Style Noodles here.

2. Noodle House

noodle-house-cartJC Franchising Inc. started in 2006 to look for potential food cart business ideas, and since then have grown and their mission to give aspiring Filipino an extra income is working well for them. Noodle house is just one of their own food cart franchises but its popularity deserves praise as they offer budget friendly meals for as low as 30 pesos without compromising the quality!

Franchise Information

Franchise fee: P78,888

Franchise Inclusion:

  • Trademark and logo
  • Banner and stand, menu
  • Food cart
  • Equipment and kitchenware
  • Food samples worth P1,000
  • Notarize franchise contract
  • Set of 6 staff uniform
  • Four-day on-site staff training
  • Monitoring officer support
  • Staff training
  • Operations manual
  • Opening day support

Contact Information

Address: JC Franchising Inc. 1196 Batangas St., San Isidro, Makati City, Philippines



Telephone no.: (02)889-4773 to 76

Mobile no.: 0917-852-3726 or 0917-8JC-FRAN

3. Hong Kong Style Fried Noodles & Dimsum

hongkongstylenoodlefranchise-300x225To have the name of the style of fried noodles your serving is something to be proud of, as that is exactly what they offer: the close taste of authentic Hong Kong cuisine! Initially established as Lin-Shin Noodles & Dimsum at Caloocan City, they reopened it as a restaurant. It’s company owner, Asia Pacific & Global Franchise Co. is a member of the Philippine Franchise Association and has won numerous awards such as most outstanding food cart in Metro Manila!

Franchise Information

Franchise fee: P135,000

Franchise Inclusion:

  • Grand Opening Assistance
  • Food cart
  • Heavy duty steamer
  • Marketing collaterals
  • Set of staff uniforms
  • Initial supplies
  • Griddle
  • Equipment and kitchenware
  • Menu board
  • Franchise training
  • Pre-opening assistance
  • Location assistance

Contact Information

Address: Asia Pacific & Global Franchise Co. Unit C-4 Dunville Condominium, Castilla St. Brgy. Valencia, New Manila, Quezon City


Mobile no.: 0922-830-7611, 0917-5000-772

Telephone no.: 343-0536

4. Dimsum Republic

Dimsum Republic is owned by KJA Global Franchising Company Inc., a Filipino-owned company established in 2005. Its mission to offer food cart franchises to OFWs, middle-class, and retirees looking for an extra income has been accomplished many times before. KJA GFCI is also a member of the Philippine Franchise Association. Dimsum Republic remains in operation all over the country and was awarded most outstanding food cart business in the country in 2007!

Franchise Information

Franchise fee: P250,000

Total Investment cost: approximate P800,000 to 1M

Contract term: 3 years

Required space: 14 sqm to 25 sqm

Franchise Inclusion:

  • Food cart
  • Trademark and logo
  • Crew uniform
  • Marketing collaterals (flyers, tarpaulin, etc.)
  • Initial supply
  • Initial packaging materials
  • Franchisee and staff on-site training
  • Location assistance on malls
  • Store lease support
  • Pre-, during, and post-opening day assistance
  • Operations manual
  • Notarized franchise contract

Contact Information

Address: 239 C. Cordero Street, corner 7th Avenue, West Grace Park, Caloocan City


Telephone no.: 632)348-6786, (632)542-3716, (632)442-1648
(63922)8-DIMSUM/ (63922)8-346786 ,
(63922)8-KJA-777/ (63922)8-552-777,
(63922)8-KJA-333/ (63922)8-552-333

5. Ching’s Fried Noodles

The owners of Ching’s fried noodles guarantee the freshest of fried noodles since they produce their own in their factory. Started in 2007 in Manila, it expanded on to several different locations because of its take on high quality and best ingredients for fried noodles. They are looking for eager entrepreneurs wanting to help promote their growth!

Franchise Information

Franchise Type:

  • Minicart: P110,000
  • Foodcart: P185,000

Franchise Inclusion:

  • Training and orientation
  • Staff uniform
  • Initial supply of inventory
  • Marketing collaterals
  • Food cart with side cabinet
  • Equipment
  • Trade name and logo
  • Kitchenware

Contact Information

Address: Luckyrich Trading Co., 11/F Unit 4 The One Executive Bldg., No. 5 West Ave. cor. Martinez St., Quezon City, Philippines


Mobile no.: 0922-820-2329

Phone no.: (02)255-4665, (02)345-8203

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