TOP 8 Sandwich Franchises in Vietnam for 2020

| 28.03.2019
TOP 8 Sandwich Franchises in Vietnam for 2020

Updated October 8, 2020.

The fast pace of modern life requires fast food. Sandwich is a quick meal which is loved by many. It has a variety of types and fillings; could be with or without bread, for veggies or meat lovers. Vietnamese enjoy sandwiches and their traditional banh mi is tantalizing. Sandwich franchises are popular, promising and profitable. They are good for entrepreneurs with limited budgets as well as for those who are willing to build their own chain and constantly expand it. If you are thinking of starting your own business, sandwich franchise looks like a good opportunity for you. Explore the selection of the best sandwich businesses in Vietnam and choose the one which you like.

Here are the top 8 sandwich franchises in Vietnam

SUBWAY

Founded in: 1965
Franchising since: 1975
Franchise units: 50+
Initial investment: $72,500 - $145,000
Royalty Fees: 8% - 4,5%

Subway is a world’s largest sandwich and salad chain and is one of the fastest-growing franchises in the world. It is the largest single-brand restaurant chain, and the largest restaurant operator, in the world. Subway uses the highest quality ingredients with no cooking, frying, or grilling.


BonMi

Founded in: 2011
Franchising since: 2016
Initial investment: $271,200 - $557,400
Royalty Fees: 6%

BonMi is a Vietnamese-inspired fast-casual restaurant serving made-to-order bánh mì sandwiches, rice and noodle bowls and salads. Guests can customize their orders with their choice of meat, veggie or tofu filling, one of six sauces, and toppings such as cilantro, cucumbers and pickled carrots. There is a huge growth potential for a brand that fills consumer demand in healthy food. That’s where BONMi comes in and can help you bring the BONMi Boom around the globe.


Banh Mi Brothers

Founded in: 1994
Franchising since: 2016
Franchise units: 10 - 20

A hybrid of French-Vietnamese food that consists of warm crusty bread, a protein and accompanied by homemade mayo, cucumber, crunchy pickled daikon and carrot, hot chilies and topped with refreshing cucumber and herbs!


Firehouse Subs

Founded in: 1994
Franchising since: 1995
Franchise units: 1098 Worldwide
Initial investment: $92,255 - $824,846
Royalty Fees: 6%

Firehouse Subs is a U.S.-based, fast casual restaurant chain Founded in: 1994 in Jacksonville, Florida by former firefighter brothers Robin and Chris Sorensen. Each Firehouse Subs franchise is decorated with firefighting memorabilia and artwork, with a menu that features hot and cold subs and salads. With strong brand identity, exceptional franchisee relationships, and passionate executive team, Firehouse Subs franchises are perfectly poised for development with the right investor.


ROLL'D

Founded in: 2015
Franchising since: 2015
Franchise units: 70

Roll'd is a Vietnamese Street Food concept that originates from Melbourne, Australia, and born from a passion of sharing – simple, fresh, balanced food. Many of the recipes are classics, passed down through generations of home-cooks, and others, with our mothers' blessings, have been adapted to bring traditional Vietnamese cuisine to the masses. Vietnamese street food franchise Roll’d plans to expand after growing out of a $180,000 investment.


Lee’s Sandwiches

Founded in: 2001
Franchising since: 2010
Franchise units: 80
Initial investment: $240,000 - $1,800,000

Lee’s Sandwiches is a fast food restaurant franchise with an emphasis on Vietnamese cuisine. Though the restaurants began catering mainly to Vietnamese customers, its clientele has vastly expanded – as has its menu. Lee’s Sandwiches is privately held and available in most states. There are four type of franchises available through Lee’s Sandwiches: baguette factory production unit, production unit, non-production unit, and mall unit.


HESBURGER

Founded in: 1966
Franchising since: 1980
Initial investment: $90,000 - $230,000
Royalty Fees: 8%

Hesburger is a fast food chain based in Turku, Finland. Today, it is the largest hamburger restaurant chain in Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, with a larger presence in these markets than U.S.-based rival McDonald's. Hesburger primarily purveys fast foods such as hamburgers, sandwiches, fries, salads and desserts. The secret behind Hesburger's success has always been delicious food and hard work. The Hesburger network will continue its strong expansion as operational growth has remained stable and is looking for strong partners in EMEA and APAC.


ARBY’S

Founded in: 1964
Franchising since: 1965
Franchise units: 2000+ Worldwide
Initial investment: $314,550 - $1,844,200
Royalty Fees: 4%

The original Arby's menu consisted of roast beef sandwiches, potato chips and iced tea. Over time other sandwiches, curly fries, milkshakes, meals for kids and light choices have been added to the menu. If franchisees are new, the franchisor requires them to participate in New Franchisee Orientation (NFO). If franchisees are a partnership or corporation, then the franchisor requires that a partner or approved shareholder participate in the NFO.


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