Philippines Restaurant Chain Expands To Middle East

 

Source:  zawya.com

By Arno Maierbrugger

In the footsteps of the Philippines’ largest fast food chain, Jollibee, which is very expansive in the GCC countries — Gulf Times reported — another restaurant brand, Binalot Fiesta Foods, is the next one to make its foray into the Gulf. Binalot CEO Rommel Juan recently said in Manila that a first Binalot store will be opened in Dubai shortly, and more will follow in other GCC countries.

Target group for Binalot restaurants are mostly Oversea Filipino Workers (OFWs), as the restaurant serves traditional Filipino food such as adobo, bistek, tapas, tocino, sisig and longganisa, all in traditional sauces and most dishes served in banana leaves, Binalot’s trademark.

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Binalot restaurant chain plans overseas stores

(Source:  http://www.mb.com.ph/binalot-restaurant-chain-plans-overseas-stores)

Binalot Fiesta Foods Inc. has reorganized in preparation to pursuing an aggressive expansion program locally as well overseas to cater the OFWs, particularly in the Asean region.

Binalot owner-Chief Executive Officer Rommel Juan said the company has close to 50 stores now, most of them are franchise stores, but is slowly building up more company-owned stores this year.

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Juan said 7 stores are opening up this year with P3.5 million average investments. Majority of its stores are located in Metro Manila where there is a strong demand by urbanites to experience the traditional Filipino comfort food wrapped in banana leaves.

In an extremely competitive quick service restaurant category, Juan said Binalot chose to be part of the niche market where it has a significant share to be able to compete more effectively in the business.

“It is significant share to be able to compete more effectively ion the business. It is working on reaching beyond its core market by exploring other market opportunities like the delivery market and Asean market,” Juan said.

The reorganization aims to bring in more experienced management team that should strengthen franchise support structure and enhance brand performance by identifying market opportunities.

“We need a well-rounded team to execute the program starting this 4th quarter of 2014  with the opening of more Binalot stores in key cities of the country. This may also mean that we will put up Binalot stores outside the country where there is a critical mass of OFWs and distribute Pinoy products there. This will entail looking for strategic partners in international markets we plan to enter,” Juan said.

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Binatchoy, lugaw and molo soups at Binalot

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Rainy-day treat: The binatchoy at Binalot

MANILA, Philippines -Binalot Foods introduces its “Wow Sabaw,” a special set of meals consisting of  three Pinoy sabaw favorites: binatchoy, special Wow lugaw and molo soup. Binatchoy is a noodle soup in batchoy broth with slices of pork, crushed chicharon, fried garlic and onion leaves; served with a freshly cracked egg on top at P45. Wow lugaw is made with glutinous rice and regular rice, served with a hardboiled egg and garnished with chicharon, spring onion and toasted garlic at P30. The pancit molo soup is made with pork dumplings floating in hot soup for P40.

 

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