What Are the Best Japanese Restaurants in Cebu to Franchise
If you want to enter the restaurant franchise industry, Japanese brands are a great option. Here are the top ones you should consider.
Nonki Japanese Restaurant
First opened in 2004 at A.S. Fortuna St., Bakilid, Mandaue City, Nonki Japanese Restaurant is known for its fresh food, great atmosphere, and exceptional customer service. It now has branches in other parts of the city: SM City Cebu, at the Mactan Tropics Center in Pusok, Lapu-Lapu City, and even one in far-off Davao.
As one reviewer, Chris M., said, “This is the best sushi in Cebu. I am always completely satisfied and always rave how their sushi is always consistently fresh, delicious, and well prepared.”
A visitor from the United States, Rocky Betty Jo. P, also praised the restaurant, “I loved to eat here during my two-week stay in Cebu. I tried many of the rolls and was pleased with all. Service is good and the food was all tasty! Try the tofu!”
Nonki Japanese Restaurant is a member of the Filipino International Franchise Association and is available for franchising to anyone interested.
Started just six years ago, Tokyo Joe has claimed the title of the number one Japanese Fast Food Resto in Cebu. Here, you can taste beef bowl or Gyudon, Chicken Teriyaki, Fish Furai, and many others. Dianne May T. shared on Yelp that the Kani Salad is a must try. “I love Japanese food from everywhere. But Tokyo Joe does score high for me in one thing: their Kani Salad.”
Nicole R. also recommends it: “Tokyo Joe serves good food. It's a good alternative to Tokyo Tokyo if ever you get tired of it.”
If you want to get a franchise from Tokyo Joe, you’ll be glad to know that it offers the most affordable franchise package. With an innovative restaurant concept, it also has great potential in attracting customers.
This restaurant started out as a small local food outlet or “karinderya” back in 1992 at Makati City, when it was called Master Chow. It wasn’t until later into its operation when it started offering Japanese noodles or Ramen to their customers. Its humble beginnings grew into a big franchise business with many branches all over the Philippines, including Cebu.
This shouldn’t be a surprise. As Maris shared on Zomato, “They're serving one of the best Japanese foods in town!!! Their ramen is too big that it could serve 3-4 people.”