How to Get Mang Inasal Franchise in the Philippines

Jun 28, 2011 by at Franchise

How to Get Mang Inasal Franchise in the Philippines

If you’re interested into getting a fast food chain franchise business, you may consider franchising a fast food chain that has a truly Pinoy flavor. Chicken Inasal, Pork Inasal, Beef Sinigang, Boneless Bangus, Sisig, Kamote Fries, Sago’t Gulaman, Atsara, Krispy Kangkong and other Filipino food and merienda are served at Mang Inasal. As I personally experienced one of their branches located in my hometown, Mang Inasal truly gives its customers a Philippine restaurant experience, where you are served with rice wrapped in banana leaves, barbecue in bamboo sticks, and other elements that make you feel like eating at the comfort of your home. So are you a success-driven entrepreneur, have the financial capability to franchising, and are you willing to strictly follow the standard operation system of Mang Inasal? If yes, then you may read the following important information you should know on how to get Mang Inasal franchise in the Philippines.

Who is Mang Inasal?
Mang Inasal (Hiligaynon for Mr. Barbecue) is the Philippine’s fastest growing barbeque fast food chain, serving chicken, pork barbeque and other Filipino favorites. Mang Inasal was first established on December 12, 2003 in Iloilo City. Currently, there are 384 branches nationwide and with over 10,000 employees system wide. Mang Inasal is operating at the following areas: Bacolod, Iloilo, Roxas, Laguna, Bicutan, Metro Manila, Davao, Cagayan De Oro, Koronadal, Cavite, Cebu, Boracay, Baguio, Pangasinan, Tuguegarao, La Union, Pampanga, Bulacan, Mindoro, Agusan, Zamboanga, Ozamiz, Iligan, Surigao, General Santos, Pagadian, Batangas, Lucena, Naga City, Davao del Norte, Davao del Sur, Tagaytay, Palawan, Tacloban, Ilocos Sur and Tarlac. Mang Inasal is targeting to open 500 stores by 2012. With its Parent Company, Jollibee Foods Corporation, Mang Inasal is expected to serve and satisfy more Filipinos.

How much is the franchise fee?
The franchise fee is P1.1 Million + 12 VAT. It includes tried and tested operation support, use of brand/ trade name, opening marketing support and training support.

What is the franchise term?
The franchise term is 7 Years (Renewable)

What is the space requirement?
The space requirement is 150 to 200 Sq. Meters

How much are the royalty and advertising fee?
The royalty/service Fee is 5% of Gross Sales, while the advertising Fee is 2% of Gross Sales.

What are the other costs for the franchise?
The following are the other costs for the franchise:

Product Security Deposit: P 400,000
Renovation Estimated Cost: P7 million to P9 million

How to apply for a Mang Inasal Franchise?
Please send letter of intent to or contact Ms. Madz Casing @ Tel. No.: (02) 852 1448

Mang Inasal Manila Corporate Office is located at 2316 Aurora Boulevard, Tramo St., Pasay City with fax number (02) 854-5692.

Disclaimer: The information above may change without prior notice. To learn more about Mang Inasal and their most updated franchise information, please visit their website at

Victorino Abrugar is a retired CPA practitioner, a blogger, speaker, and an entrepreneur. He's the CEO of Optixor, Inc., a digital marketing company based in the Philippines. Follow him on Twitter at @viclogic.

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