Filipino owned and fast rising franchise original Pinoy Fast Food chain Boy Kanin continues its expansion in the Philippines as it plans to open more dine-in restaurants in the country.
Now on their 6th year in the food industry business, Boy Kanin has opened more restaurants since they have opened its franchise. “The exciting growth enjoyed by newer franchisees demonstrates the strength of the Boy Kanin brand across the country,” Mr. Ronald Allan Callao, president and CEO of Boy Kanin, said.
Aside from opening more full dine-in restaurants in the northern part of the country, Boy Kanin also plans to strengthen its presence in Philippines by opening trendier and more environment-friendly restaurants such as the 20 feet container van converted into a Boy Kanin branch in its Goa, Camarines Sur branch which will be opening this month.
Recently, Boy Kanin has invaded Nuvali Solenad Mall in Laguna, Fishermall Malabon, the LCC Mall Food Court in Albay, the city of gentle people–Dumaguete, the PhilamLife building (located at the 9th floor) in Makati, and pretty soon, you can also find a Boy Kanin branch in Tuguegarao, SM Masinag, in Baguio City and in Bais City Negros Oriental.
Boy Kanin has indeed gone a long, long way from the simple food cart concept it has started in six years ago. Nothing can stop Boy Kanin from going places because more and more Filipino are clamoring for a taste of its “”Sarap ng Kaning Pinoy.”