Restaurant franchises

Showing 1-9 of 9 Restaurant franchises

While the rise of online shopping has plunged many retail sectors into crisis, restaurants are, for obvious reasons, immune to the internet threat. And if people cut back on eating out during recessions, restaurant franchises often take the business lost by non-franchised operations as they can offer better value thanks to their bulk buying power.


Camile Thai

Camile Thai

Join a unique thriving food delivery brand with solid support in a booming market.
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Min. Investment: £100,000
Subway®

Subway®

The largest international sandwich chain offers you a superb opportunity to grow your restaurant business globally.
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Min. Investment: £85,570
Vista Corona

Vista Corona

Vista Corona complements life’s simple moments. We help guests disconnect from their daily routines & reconnect with essential nature.
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Min. Investment: £400,000
Wok&Go

Wok&Go

This is an unmissable opportunity in the food sector with a fast-growing franchise that is the market leader in the UK.
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Amigos Burgers & Shakes

Amigos Burgers & Shakes

An amazing opportunity to become part of an exciting casual dining franchise.
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Kalamaki

Kalamaki

A modern fresh-casual Greek restaurant with a difference, inspired by the casual souvlaki joints found throughout Greece.
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Chicken Cottage

Chicken Cottage

Start up your own store as part of the global Chicken Cottage franchise network!
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Min. Investment: £100,000
Quiznos

Quiznos

Owning a sandwich franchise has never been easier! Become a part of this global success story and achieve financial freedom as a franchisee.
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Chapati Man

Chapati Man

We are proud to offer a fantastic franchise opportunity that brings our award winning spicy Indian wraps to the UK, Europe and worldwide.
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Min. Investment: £12,000

<p> <span style="font-size: 12.800002098083496px;">While the rise of online shopping has plunged many retail sectors into crisis, restaurants are, for obvious reasons, immune to the internet threat. And if people cut back on eating out during recessions, <strong>restaurant franchises</strong> often take the business lost by non-franchised operations as they can offer better value thanks to their bulk buying power.</span> </p>