Franchise Chatter – The 11 Best Asian Restaurant Franchises of 2019

Teriyaki Madness was featured in Franchise Chatter’s ‘The 11 best Asian Restaurant Franchises of 2019’! 

According to Franchise Chatter, “Asian quick-serve and fast-casual restaurants are exploding in popularity all over the world, and entrepreneurs who want to ride this rising tide have a solid short list of the 11 best Asian restaurant franchises to examine.”

The website highlights that TMAD’s menu is actually very simple with healthy, yet delicious options for all audiences to enjoy. 

“While the Asian segment in the U.S. has traditionally been dominated by independently-owned full-service and fast-food restaurants, 50% of Asian fast-food sales are now generated by chains. This is because the younger generations are into bolder flavors and international foods.”

The article also  boasts that Asian food is a hot trend right now, but despite other restaurants who made the list, only three made it on to the exclusive Entrepreneur magazine Franchise 500 list; and we’re one of them! Currently hitting the Franchise 500 list at #465, TMAD is clearly miles ahead of the competition!

 

Check out the full ranking on FranchiseChatter.com >>

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