Zyng Asian Grill vs Yoshi's Franchise Comparison

Below is an in-depth analysis and side-by-side comparison of Zyng Asian Grill vs Yoshi's including start-up costs and fees, business experience requirements, training & support and financing options.

Start-Up Costs and Fees

Zyng Asian Grill Franchise
Yoshi's Franchise
Investment $212,000 - $480,000$142,000 - $215,000
Franchise Fee $25,000$20,000
Royalty Fee 5%-
Advertising Fee --
Year Founded 1997-
Year Franchised 1999-
Term Of Agreement 10 years-
Term Of Agreement 10 years-
Renewal Fee --

Business Experience Requirements

Zyng Asian Grill Franchise
Yoshi's Franchise
  • Industry experience
  • General business experience
  • Marketing skills
  • -

    Financing Options

    Zyng Asian Grill Franchise
    Yoshi's Franchise
      In-House/3rd PartyIn-House/3rd Party
    Franchise Fees No/No-/-
    Start-up Costs No/Yes-/-
    Equipment No/Yes-/-
    Inventory No/Yes-/-
    Receivables No/Yes-/-
    Payroll No/Yes-/-

    Training & Support

    Zyng Asian Grill Franchise
    Yoshi's Franchise
    Training Additional training periodically-
    Support Newsletter, Meetings, Toll-free phone line, Grand opening, Internet, Security/safety procedures, Field operations/evaluations, Purchasing cooperatives-
    Marketing Co-op advertising, Ad slicks, National media, Regional advertising-
    Operations Franchisees required to buy multiple units/master licenses; 100% of all franchisees own more than one unit

    Number of employees needed to run franchised unit: 9

    Absentee ownership of franchise is allowed. (70% of current franchisees are owner/operators)


    Expansion Plans

    Zyng Asian Grill Franchise
    Yoshi's Franchise
    US Expansion Yes-
    Canada Expansion No-
    International Expansion Yes-

    Company Overviews

    About Zyng Asian Grill

    An exciting, fresh, vibrant, contemporary Asian dining experience! Set in an Asian-inspired, funky, vibrant market atmosphere, you are immediately attracted by the colors, sounds and smells permeating throughout the casual dining restaurant. In late 1995, Canadian businessman Arnold Shostak was in the Far East - China, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Thailand. Before the trip, in his usual methodical and careful manner, he'd "read ahead" - guide books, histories, business reports, the Internet. He was an informed traveler and knew what to expect in each of the countries on his itinerary. Even so, Asia's ubiquitous noodle shops surprised him. "I couldn't believe how many there are - countless thousands! And I was amazed at their efficiency - even little mom-and-pop-owned-and-operated noodle restaurants were thriving, humming at all hours". An open kitchen with a Teppan Grill is the center stage for The Noodle People, cooking dishes emanating from China, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore & Korea. Choose from our large and diverse selection of appetizers - dumplings, yakitori, spring rolls, noodle salads, small bowls of soup and more. A variety of specialty meals-in-bowls including the world's best Pad Thai, the one and only Zyngapore Noodles, Zyng Peanut Toss as well as other favorites.

    About Yoshi's

    Thank you for your interest in Yoshi's Franchise Program. We believe that the Japanese quick service concept is poised to surge in popularity and that Yoshi's Franchise Program is extremely well positioned to take advantage of this explosive growth. We are actively seeking enthusiastic, dedicated franchisees who believe in the potential of the Yoshi's concept.