Sakae Sushi Franchise Business Opportunity

Serving More Than Just Great Sushi.

Sakae Sushi Franchise Business Opportunity

Most speak of love, but only one man bestowed the most enchanting of odes to his wife. It all started in 1997 in Singapore, when having fine Japanese cuisine and fresh sushi meant spending top dollars. He noticed that his wife, an avid fan of Japanese food, was always dining consciously at such restaurants for fear of incurring an exorbitant bill. And so the ode began.

Motivated to make his wife’s sushi dining experience unique, fulfilling and carefree, he founded Sakae Sushi, a trendy restaurant haven where she, along with every Japanese food enthusiast, could enjoy the freshest, inexpensive Japanese savouries without a worry about cost. Like his love for his wife, nothing about Sakae Sushi is ordinary. From the sushi conveyor belt, its consistently-delicious delectables on the colourful plates, attractive presentation and portions, Sakae Sushi appeals to the budget-conscious, the fresh-food follower, and the stylish sushi connoisseur.

Sakae Sushi Franchise Business Opportunity

If you are tech-savvy or if you simply like using computers, you can have fun browsing through our menu and placing your orders via our web-based, patented Interactive Menu. For your convenience, each table is equipped with its own hot water tap so that you can have freshly steeped green tea any time you want.

Sakae Sushi’s success and popularity transcends geographical boundaries. Besides Singapore, we are also in Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, so you can enjoy Sakae’s hospitality and value-for-money Japanese food in different corners of the world.

Sakae Sushi’s economical price, ever-changing menu, endearing staff and ambience ensure that this fairytale dining experience will never be short of fans’ accolades.

So who says kissing the frog can’t get you a piece of your fairytale dream!
To experience this fairytale, drop by any Sakae Sushi outlet today!

Sakae Sushi Franchise Business Opportunity

Franchise info
Company Name: Apex-Pal International Ltd.
Phone: +65-6438 6629
Website: www.sakaesushi.com.sg
Year Established: 1997
Country of Origin: Singapore
Contact Person: Ms. Lilian Foo
Email: franchise@apexpal.com
Types of Franchise Available: Single-unit and multi-unit
(preferably Europe and Middle East)
Size of Units: 200 sqm
Franchise Fees: About USD100,000
Franchise Term (years): 5 years
Royalty: 5% – 8%
Marketing/A & P Fund: 4% – 6%
Estimated Initial Capital: USD500,000 – USD700,000
(depending on markets)

12 Comments

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  5. Kapadia
    January 24, 2013 at 5:27 pm ·

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  6. jonas
    February 10, 2011 at 10:13 pm ·

    hi. I would like to know how much issit to open sakae sushi franchise in malaysia? thx. would like ur feedback.

  7. lian
    August 22, 2010 at 1:05 am ·

    i wont like to ask how what kind of foreign marketstrategies do Sakae Shusi using?

  8. Elaine
    April 21, 2010 at 8:09 pm ·

    Thank you.

  9. FranchiseSG
    April 13, 2010 at 9:16 am ·

    Dear Massimo,

    Thank you for your interest. Please contact Lilian Foo at +65-6438 6629 or email to franchise@apexpal.com to get more information.

    Regards,
    iFranchise Singapore

  10. Massimo D'Antoni
    April 12, 2010 at 9:18 pm ·

    hi i will want information for open restaurant sakae sushi in my city. i doing this job from 16 year’s!!!!! sorry my english. thank’s

  11. FranchiseSG
    April 7, 2010 at 2:41 pm ·

    Hi Elaine,

    We feel your comment is personal in nature which you should direct to Sakae Sushi management. However, we have CC your copy to them.

    Regards,

    iFranchiseSingapore

  12. Elaine
    April 5, 2010 at 10:35 pm ·

    My friend worked for Sakae Sushi in New York. Before Sakae Sushi closed down, they issued my friend a paycheck but the paycheck bounced. Her lawyer called Sakae Sushi’s HQ in Singapore and also sent them an email but they didn’t respond. We hope Douglas Foo reads this and respond soon. The amount of money is small to him but it is big to a lot of people. Most importantly, she worked hard for them and she should get paid.

    They also refused to pay the waiters and waitresses their tips (in U.S. the waiters and waitresses depend on tips to live) because they said they have claimed bankruptcy in U.S. This is small money to Douglas Foo but do you know how much food the waiters and waitresses can buy for their children with this money?

    Talking about disgusting, it runs in the family. On the first week my friend joined the company, she asked Douglas Foo’s sister Lillian Foo what they wanted to do with people that they owe money to. She said ‘We are not a Sugar Daddy. You go and find new suppliers.’ They took the suppliers’ products, used the contractor’s services etc. etc. etc. They owe them money! ‘Sugar Daddy’!!? ‘Look for new suppliers’? All these suppliers have children to raise and family to feed!

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