Silverlake Ramen Franchise

Silverlake Ramen is a new fast-casual franchise option in the Asian food market. We feature a unique menu of ramen options, served in restaurants with a modern design and feel. We think it's the best ramen we've ever had, and that's a fact! We believe in traditional ingredients that make our ramen the best it can be. Wholesome, fresh, with vegan options that serve modern foodies and their stomachs, without losing authenticity of where this food originates from. With 9 locations in 2 states and ten more underway, Silverlake Ramen represents an excellent first to market opportunity for franchisees looking to break into the niche fast-casual market.

To buy a franchise with Silverlake Ramen, you'll need to have at least $200000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $750000. Silverlake Ramen charges a franchise fee of $40000.

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Franchisor Details

Incorporated Name: Silverlake Ramen Holdings, LLC
Total Units: 9
Year Founded: 2012
Franchising Since: 2017
Home Office: Los Angeles, California
Training: Available
Locations Available: See Below*
Franchise Costs

Franchise Costs

Financing: Via 3rd party
Liquid Capital Required: $200,000
Net Worth Required: $750,000
Total Investment: $452,150 – $655,150
Franchise Fee: $40,000
Royalty Type: 6% of Gross Sales
Vetern Discount: No

*Silverlake Ramen is currently accepting inquiries from the following locations: California, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington

Values & History

Silverlake embodies the free spirit and casual vibe of Los Angeles. Cooked up by two chefs driven by their love for noodles and ramen, they dreamed up a brand that would be unpretentious and original in its way of thinking--similar to the environment in which ramen was invented. We are now taking that vibe and serving up bowls of it in locations across the nation.

We believe in serving good vibes only! Our mission is to serve you affordable food that is made with love. We are obsessed with ramen, and we are excited to share our passion with you...straight from our kitchen to your bowl!

Industry Performance

Silverlake Ramen has been ranked #1 Best Ramen in Los Angeles--no small feat given the booming fast-casual restaurant industry! Fast-casual restaurants have grown over 500% since 1999 and are expanding rapidly. Americans' desire for healthier food options, variety in their diets, and food served at a pace that matches their busy lifestyles is fueling this industry growth, and they aren't slowing down.

According to Technomic's Ethnic Food & Beverage Consumer Trend Report, 36% of consumers like to try regional variations of global cuisines so they can discover new foods and flavors. Silverlake Ramen is capitalizing on this trend by offering healthy, quality Asian food using traditional ingredients with a modern twist.

Training & Support

Silverlake Ramen will provide you with the training and support you need in order to succeed as a franchise owner.

Ideal Candidate & Qualifications

While no food experience is needed to own a Silverlake Ramen franchise, some restaurant or hospitality experience is preferred. Ideal candidates possess strong business acumen and are prepared to commit at least 30 hours per week in a semi-absentee ownership model with a dedicated manager, or to become a full-time owner/operator. They must demonstrate excellent customer service, leadership, and management skills, and be aligned with company culture and committed to providing an unsurpassed guest experience.

Purchasing a Silverlake Ramen Franchise

As Silverlake expands, potential franchisees can take advantage of both single and multi-unit franchising opportunities. Interested buyers must have at least $200,000 in liquid assets and a minimum net worth of $750,000. The total investment for a single unit is estimated between $452,150 and $655,50, including our franchise fee of $40,000.

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