4 Rice Bowl Franchises in the Philippines

For most of us on the go, we barely have time for breakfast and sometimes even lunch and dinner. The time it takes to cook food can make you late for work. Which is why rice bowls are popular food businesses in the Philippines. They’re easy to cook, affordable, and fast to consume when you’re in a hurry. No wonder the demand is great.

Wouldn’t you want to franchise such business as an opportunity for investment and generate profit on the side? If you are, then you’re in luck! We have four rice bowl franchises you might want to take a look!

Chow Meals: Silog and Rice Toppings Food Cart

A popular franchise that provides great breakfast meals for everyone to enjoy. They have been in the business long enough that if you invest on your own franchise you will be greeted with such a hit.

Because everyone loves a morning breakfast, especially silog meals, the popularity is guaranteed as well as the profitability.

Franchise fee: Php 99,000

Franchise Inclusions:

  • Use of trade name & logo
  • 1 mini high end cart size (H 7ft. / W 4.5ft / SW 2.5 ft)
  • Complete equipment
    • Heavy duty griller w/ fryer
    • Rice cooker
    • Acrylic juicer w/ ladle
    • Sauce dispenser
    • Tong & spatula
  • Sets of uniform
    • Apron, visor, hairnet & ts-shirts
  • Initial products worth Php 3,000
  • Business orientation & kit
    • Franchise seminar
    • Crew hands-on training
    • Inventory kit
    • Concept manual
  • Notarized franchise agreement
  • After sales support

Interested? Call them now!

Contact Person: Mr. Edison Gomez 0917 125 4451 / 0939 916 3425 / 02 219 5869

Website: www.starfrappe.com.ph


Not only are they delicious rice toppings, they are affordable too! Rice ATBP can be taken to school, at the office, or wherever you don’t have food at hand. Just like a plug & play machine, just set up shop anywhere and watch as the money grows!

Franchise fee: Php 119,000

Franchise Inclusion:

  • Initial inventory worth php 6,000
  • Semi high end kiosk cart
  • 2 complete set of heavy duty equipment
  • Utensils and wares
  • Inventory kit
  • Video training & operations manual
  • Costing and pricing manual
  • Notarized franchise agreement
  • On-going sales support
  • Crew uniform (t-shirt, apron, hairnet)
  • Franchise seminar
  • Crew hands-on training

On top of that, you don’t have to worry about any hidden charges such as royalty and renewal fees. The profit is all yours! Call them if you want to inquire with the following details below:

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

Contact Person: Mr. Edison Gomez 0917 125 4451 / 0939 916 3425 / 02 219 5869

Website: www.starfrappe.com.ph

Red Bowl Food Cart

Another purveyor of breakfast meals, Red Bowl Food Cart is owned by Filtrepreneur Franchise, Inc. and provides a menu consisting of siomai, tocino, corned beef, burger steak, and pork sisig. You don’t have to eat tapsilog only at morning, anyone can eat it at any time of day.

With all of these, Red Bowl is able to provide popular food staples that every Filipino can’t resist!

Franchise fee: Php 25,000

Franchise Inclusions:

  • 1 Teppanyaki Grill
  • 1 set of uniform
  • 1 set of utensils
  • Food Cart
  • Initial inventory worth Php 400
  • Franchisee Seminar
  • Crew Training
  • Freebies (E-loading Dealership)

Just like Rice ATBP, you don’t have any royalty fees or any other hidden charges.

If you want to inquire about franchising, here’s their contact information:

Office Address: 2nd Flr. Intrawest Centre, 33 Annapolis Street, Greenhills, San Juan City, Philippines

Website: www.filtrepreneur.org

Email address: inquire@filtrepreneur.org

Mobile number:  0919 513 1287

Rice in a Box

Starting in 2000 at Chinatown, Manila, Rice in a Box offered happiness not only to investors but the customers as well. It is said that the peak season for their business is around the “Ber” months. When you need a meal, they’ve got your back, as they’re boxes are similar in shape to that of a Chinese takeaway box.

You can find outlets inside Universities such as Mapua University and at MRT terminals such as those in Ayala Makati. As you may have guessed, they are popular in areas with heavy foot traffic.

Franchise fee: Php 300,000

Types of stores:

  • Cart
  • Stall
  • Kiosk
  • Mini diner
  • Teppanyaki bar
  • Diner

Franchise inclusion:

  • Range hood, deep fryer, and warmer
  • Initial inventory worth Php 3,000
  • Cooking utensils
  • Construction of store
  • Freezer (chest type)
  • 3 sets of crew uniform
  • Service crew training and manager training
  • Stove with griddle
  • Rice cooker

Franchise term: 4 years (non refundable)

Interested in franchising? Give them a call!

Office Address: RBX Franchise Systems, Inc., 63-B Balingasa St., Brgy. San Jose, Quezon City, Philippines

Website: www.rbx.com.ph

Email address: franchise@rbx.com.ph

Fax number: 02 367 3097 (98)

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