Kuma Ani is more than a restaurant; it's a culinary experience centered around exceptional food and unparalleled customer service. With our commitment to using fresh, high-quality ingredients and preparing most of them in-house, we have earned a loyal following. Our recently opened second location in Troy NY reflects our expansion and dedication to delivering memorable dining experiences. Our friendly staff is always available to provide menu recommendations and ensure that each visit to Kuma Ani is truly exceptional. Whether it's a quick lunch or a relaxed dinner, Kuma Ani is the perfect destination for outstanding dining. Thank you for choosing us, and we look forward to serving you soon.
According to a Euromonitor report, sales of Asian QSR food grew by more than 135% over the last 25 years and the category has a CAGR of 11.8% forecasted through 2026. The report attributes this growth to factors such as the increasing popularity of Asian cuisine, rising disposable income, and a growing number of foodies. That being said, we are offering you the chance to be a part of this lucrative and growing industry. A Kuma Ani franchise will require a small investment of $344,500 to $544,000, which includes a one-time franchise fee of $25,000.
Kuma Ani provides thorough training for franchisees to ensure their success. Our program includes 34 hours of classroom training, covering menu preparation, food safety, customer service, and business operations. Additionally, franchisees receive 79 hours of on-the-job training, gaining practical experience in a Kuma Ani restaurant environment. With this comprehensive training, franchisees are well-prepared to deliver the exceptional Kuma Ani experience to their customers.
This website and the information contained herein do not constitute the offer or sale of a franchise. Certain states require the registration of an FDD before the franchisor can advertise or offer the franchise in that state. This franchise may not be registered in all states and may not offer franchises to residents of registration states or persons wishing to open a franchise in those states until compliance guidelines are met. The offer and sale of a franchise can only be made through the delivery and receipt of a Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD).