How to Franchise: Pao Tsin



Are you looking to franchise Pao Tsin? Here’s the information you need.

About Pao Tsin

Pao Tsin is a popular fast food dimsum stall in the Philippines primarily offering Chinese food and Asian fusion cuisine. It has dozens of branches in shopping malls nationwide and food carts located in MRT stations, supermarkets, and other high-traffic areas.

Among Pao Tsin’s popular product offerings are:

  • Dumpling – Pork Dumpling, Scallop Dumpling
  • Wanton – Shrimp, Crab, Squid, Beef, Scallop Wanton
  • Asian Chicken – with Hainanese rice, Lemak rice, or Laksa soup
  • Laksa – Dumplings, Crackling Pork, Nanking Beef, Crispy Pok Chop in Laksa
  • Potstickers (guotie)
  • Siomai
  • Shark’s Fin

Franchise Fee and Application

There are no available information regarding Pao Tsin’s franchise fee or franchising application. Based on interviews with the food cart staff of Pao Tsin, the company is not open to franchising.

Also from what we know, Pao Tsin is a closed family business running and controlling all branches by themselves. They are currently not entertaining inquiries from prospective franchisees.

Contact Details

Unfortunately, there are also no publicly available contact details, telephone numbers, or website of Pao Tsin.

But like and follow PMT’s Facebook page to get updates if and when Pao Tsin’s franchising opportunity opens up.

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Image credits: Pao Tsin in Music Museum website (musicmuseum.com.ph)

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