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- Site Selection & Interior Design
Restaurant interior and kitchen design and consultation to establish brand identity and achieve business efficiency.
- Training & Consultation
Customised and comprehensive training programmes, including on-the-job training in our Singapore headquarters.
Sourcing and procurement consultancy.
- Marketing & Promotion
Infiltrate and remain in the market through developing marketing campaigns and building a brand identity.
Human resource consultancy to identify key staff.
- System, Procedures & Processes
Comprehensive operation manuals to help you run your business.
- Quality Control
Review of operational process to ensure optimum operational performance.
- Research & Development
Continuous innovation and development of new or existing products and services to keep your concept fresh and relevant.
- Global Marketing Support
Marketing campaigns and promotional materials to help you achieve higher sales and revenue.
- Submit Franchise Enquiry Form.
- Face-to-face discussion and interview with Franchise Team
- Sign Non-disclosure Agreement.
- Review Deal Sheet
- Conduct in-depth research and submit Franchise Application Form & Business Plan.
- Execute Letter of Intent and pay deposit.
- Review & Execute Franchise Agreement.
- Sourcing and selection of site.
- Franchisee training.
- Outlet opening
“Pho is also the only meal with no classes. It makes no difference: the poor people eat pho, the rich people eat pho. Intellectual people eat pho. Not-educated people eat pho, too. But some places are only for high class, some places are only for poor people. Third, pho is the only meal that artists are interested in. They have poetry for pho, they have songs for pho, pictures for pho. Now they have films for pho, and they also have some drama, too. No meal has this character!”
Read Rachel Khong’s article “What’s True about Pho” via Lucky Peach, then come down to NamNam Noodle Bar (in Singapore, Philippines and Indonesia) to see how we have modernised and adapted pho while preserving the essential flavours of this classic dish. And, if you are curious how you can ride the cresting pho trend via NamNam Noodle Bar in your country, send us a message and let’s talk over some pho!
Enter ramen – rich and satiating. Recently, a broader stroke of creativity across the US has moved ramen out from its pigeon hole onto a larger playing field. Ivan Ramen in New York City does Breakfast Ramen (dashi and cheddar broth, crispy bacon, scallion omelette) while Gavin Kaysen offers off-the-menu ramen (duck & ham hock broth, smoked coppa, turnips, charred Napa cabbage) at Spoon and Stable.
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“Lucky Peach is betting on pho becoming the “new ramen.”
“It’s a roulette table we’re putting our chips on,” said Meehan, whose next quarterly issue, on newsstands May 17, will focus on pho.
“Pho requires a less-dense broth and is more affordable to make,” he said.
NamNam Noodle Bar welcomes interested parties who are looking to bring our version of pho into the United States, Europe or Australia. Contact us here for an opportunity!
Located on the 3rd floor of Uptown Place Mall in Bonifacio Global City, Peperoni Pizzeria brings our favourite wood fired thin crust pizzas closer to fans in Manila! Choose from 15 classic favourites such as Proscuitto Crudo di Parma, Diavola and Frutti di Mare and do not miss our large portion pastas!
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Now, what’s fresh casual? Stay tuned for our next article in the next two weeks.
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The recent few years has seen a rapid growth in the fast casual segment. According to Technomic’s 2014 Top 500 chain restaurant report, 2013 saw fast casual chains grow by 11% and store count by 8% in the United States. Characterised by freshly prepared and high quality food, fast casual concepts are rapidly filling the space between fast food restaurants and casual dining restaurants. YUM! Brands (KFC, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut) have launched a line of fast casual concepts such as US Tacos (pictured above), centred on tacos (a Mexican dish of a flat corn cake folded around a savoury filling), Bánh Shop, focusing on bánh mi (a Vietnamese sandwich with savoury fillings) or KFC Eleven, where fried chicken or grilled chicken with global flavours are accompanied by rice, salad or flatbread. Some of these brands by YUM! have closed and others have remained open, but the message is clear – fast food companies are seeing the potential (and competition) that fast casual concepts pose.
Curious about how you can be part of this growing segment of the restaurant industry? NamNam Noodle Bar’s fresh take on classic Vietnamese dishes – think pho (rice noodle soup) and bánh mi with modern flavours and no MSG, makes it a favourite among urbanites. Rapidly scalable, NamNam Noodle Bar has grown quickly in 3 years from 1 outlet to 6 in Singapore and 3 in Indonesia. For more information, visit us!
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The pocket-friendly restaurant also offers the ultimate dining deals available on weekdays. The weekday Value Lunch Set includes Crispy Fried Wanton, a choice of Chicken or Beef Pho, and a drink for only IDR 70,000. Take an afternoon break with the daily Viet Teatime Set that includes a drink with an option of any bánh mi for IDR 50,000 or a dessert for IDR 40,000. For more information, visit NamNam Noodle Bar Indonesia!
NamNam Noodle Bar has grown astoundingly, from 2012 with 1 outlet in Singapore, to 2015 with 6 outlets in Singapore and 2 in Indonesia! NamNam Noodle Bar’s strength lies in its strong systems approach, thus allowing for rapid and smooth scaling up of NamNam outlets. More than that, our agility as a business gives us the capacity to localise and adapt to the current business situation.
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To find out how much love we put into our food visit us at www.peperoni.com.sg. And, if you would like to bring a slice of much kneaded love to your country, visit us at www.peperoni.com.sg/partnerships. After all, at Peperoni Pizzeria, all we knead is love!
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We now have a total four BDV outlets in Asia, including one in Hong Kong and two in Singapore. BDV Manila is our first franchised outlet to open for Les Amis Group and we are delighted to work with our partners, The Moment Group. The development of BDV Manila is nothing short of fun, from planning of the interiors, choosing of equipment and chinaware, wine requisitions; to intensive trainings for kitchen, service and wine with countless dry runs to ensure the standards and expectations of a Bistro du vin outlet is upheld. The Manila team is now gearing up for more events in 2015!
Find out more about BDV Manila here!
Address: G/F Edades Tower & Garden Villas, Rockwell Center Makati City, Manila, Philippines
Kneaded with love, Peperoni Pizzeria’s signature wood-fired thin crust pizza, topped with fresh ingredients on a special tomato sauce and house-blend of cheeses looks set to take Manila by storm! Our franchise partners have launched straight into work, and we are now busy working to open Peperoni Pizzeria, first quarter of 2015!