The food culture in the Philippines – its roots originated from Spanish, Mexican, Malay, and Chinese cuisines. We grew up with knowing and loving Chinese dishes. Some may even know how to make one.

Everywhere you go, there’s a Chinese restaurant nearby selling our favorite noodles, soups, and dimsum. That’s why It’s no doubt how Ching’s Fried Noodles was easily accepted and loved by many Filipinos.

Started by Luckyrich Trading Company, the Ching’s Fried Noodles offers its consumers with off the grill noodles paired with bean sprouts and a side dish of your choices such as pork siomai, crabsticks, shark’s fin, beef siomai, and Japanese siomai and mix it off with seven (7) sauces.

About Ching’s Fried Noodles Franchise

Started almost 14 years ago, the Luckyrich Trade Company was initiated by group of individuals who have passion in starting a small business of their own. From a small business, these entrepreneurs ventured in putting Ching’s Fried Noodles into franchise. This led to the rapid popularity and business growth of the franchise business that has now ten (10) store locations and three (3) company-owned outlets.

Here are the perks of acquiring a Ching’s Fried Noodles food cart:

  • There’s no royalty nor franchisee fee;
  • You’ll have the right to use the trade name of the company – hence, easily market your business and products to the general public;
  • You’ll have support from the company from pre-opening, to actual and post-opening of your food cart business;
  • You and your staff will undergo training program, equipped with necessary training materials;
  • Obtain research and development materials and results in the company’s pursuit to continuously discover products that will be popular in the market; and
  • Take advantage of the company existing and future marketing strategies in promote the business’ products.

Franchising Ching’s Fried Noodles


  • Mini cart – PHP 110,000.00
  • Food cart – PHP 185,000.00

Ching’s Fried Noodles Franchise inclusions

A franchise of Ching’s Fried Noodles’ mini cart or food cart will include the following:

  • Use of the business’ trade name and logo;
  • Training and orientation;
  • Initial inventory.
  • Marketing materials;
  • Lighted food cart;
  • Initial stocks;
  • Side cabinet;
  • Food service equipment;
  • Food service utensils; and
  • Service crew uniform,

Process of Franchising Ching’s Noodles

  • To express your interest in franchising a Ching’s Friend Noodles food cart, you may send an email to the company indicating your desire to become a franchisee of the company.
  • Once your application has been approved, you’ll undergo thorough training to understand the business and products of the company.
  • The company will guarantee that even if you’re new in the industry of food cart business, you’ll be guided and assisted to ensure the success and profitability of your chosen food cart location.

Ching’s Noodles Contact Information

Ching’s Fried Noodles may be reached through the following contact details:

  • Address: Luckyrich Trading Co., 11th Floor, Unit 4, The One Executive Building, No. 5 West Avenue, corner Martinez St., Quezon City, Philippines
  • Telephone Nos.: (02) 255 4665; (02) 345 8203; (02) 355 0216, (02) 346 4398
  • Mobile Nos.: 09228202329; 09223783335
  • Fax: (02) 351 7036
  • Email: