Friday, October 28, 2016

Homegrown Boy Kanin Offers Filipino Cuisine and Franchising

Among many Asian countries, Filipinos are one of many whose main staple is rice. We cannot live without rice, really. That is why during travels abroad, especially in countries where rice is not part of the meal, I would go to Asian store to buy rice and cook for myself. It is such a craving, same also with cravings for home cooked dishes such as adobo or kare-kare. Even at home we love eating rice with familiar Filipino dishes, that is why I observed that Rice Toppings restaurant is a hot to many Pinoys.

Stores which serves a bowl of rice with our favorite Filipino ulam is only a few but thank goodness for Boy Kanin, we can now order a “bowl” of our favorite meals and have them on-the-go.

Boy Kanin is a food stall that serves paella rice meals but with your favorite Filipino ulam. Rice are served and flavored from the tangy taste of caldereta, the classic savory sauce of adobo, to the filling bits of dinuguan. You don’t have to worry if you have immediate craving for your mom’s home cooked meals with Boy Kanin toi take care of it.


“Boy Kanin” serves your favorite Filipino fare at affordable prices and delivers such with the quality of a midrange restaurant. Unlike other regular food stalls, each bowl of rice is stir fried and then infused with a cooked sauce of your choice. An order from Mister Kanin doesn’t just curb hunger—it also leaves you comforted by the familiarity of home.

The brainchild of Mr. Antonio Z. Atienza and Ronald Callao, Boy Kanin was conceived by this two people who have similar passions for Filipino cuisine. Although both come from unrelated industries: Antonio Z. Atienza is a renowned jeweler and the owner of Golden Hills Jewelry, Inc. Ronald Callao was a former Head for Circulation at Business World and BusinessMirror. Mr. Callao decided to return to his history with food, having owned a carinderia in Paranaque and having worked in Jollibee before going to the newspaper industry. He decided to make his passion for cooking and eating delicious food a business, hence his venture into a second food stall.

Mr. Atienza then proposed the concept of “Boy Kanin” where his idea of infusing the meat or seafood ulam sauce into the rice was inspired by his foreign friends’ search for local cuisine. Like many of us, their friends also enjoyed mixing rice with sauce and this separates Boy Kanin from other food establishments since at Boy Kanin the rice and ulam sauce is being mixed for you.

With Filipino food gaining grounds once more Boy Kanin remind us why we should always return to our homegrown cuisine.

Nowadays, many Filipinos are loooking for ways to invest. Boy Kanin does not only serves great Filipino cuisine theyalso provide opportunity to many.

“Boy Kanin” have an advocacy among its employees, only hiring individuals who are willing to learn the ropes. A training period is required for all employees, where they learn the required skills of their job plus any additional knowledge that will help them run operations more smoothly. Not only that Boy Kaniin also offer franchising to uplift the reputation of Filipino cuisine but also the lives of his countrymen.

Below is the type of franchise you can avail of:


FOOD CART/KIOSK ( P299,000)

Franchise Fee
Use of Trademarks
Site Assessment & Approval
Initial Stocks Worth of P15,000
Procurement Program
Training for Franchisee, Supervisor & Staff
Opening Assistance
Marketing Assistance
Full Cart
Menuboard & Signage
Equipment & Utensils
Operations Manual
Research & Development
Uniforms

IN-LINE STORE ( P399,000)

Franchise Fee
Use of Trademarks
Site Assessment & Approval
Initial Stocks Worth of P20,000
Procurement Program
Training for Franchisee, Supervisor & Staff
Opening Assistance
Marketing Assistance
Full Cart
Menuboard & Signage
Equipment & Utensils
Operations Manual
Research & Development
Uniforms
Initial Term
3 Years

Marketing Support Fund – P3000 (after 3 months of operation)
No Royalty Fee & No Hidden Charges

Boy Kanin headquarters is located 73-A 10th Ave. Brgy Soccorro, Murphy, 

Cubao, Quezon City

For inquiries you may call (02)352-8130 or reach them thru Mobile Globe +63917-3443427 Sun +63923-6831409

Or Email them at franchising.boykanin@gmail.com

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