The restaurant industry has seen a downward trend in traffic in 2017. The hardest hit segment as the end of the year approaches has been quick service restaurants. Earlier in the year, this segment was able to maintain modest growth while other segments experienced declines.

What Does This Mean?

So, what is behind this decline? Consumers are bored with the same old food choices they find at quick service restaurants, and they aren’t happy about the value they are receiving for the prices they are paying. The good news is that during the last quarter, Asian restaurants were among the very few types of restaurants that continued to grow and experience the highest gains in traffic in this segment.

Many Asian restaurants are satisfying the needs of today’s consumers. Their menu offerings provide a variety of fresh and healthy choices that aren’t available at other quick service restaurants. Consumers are getting more value with their meals, especially when they can take advantage of different promotions throughout the year.

Why Samurai Sam’s®?

If you have been thinking about buying a restaurant franchise, Asian food might be the better choice. With delicious food that is fresh and healthy, and custom made-to-order offerings that keep customers coming back, Samurai Sam’s should be at the top of your list when choosing a restaurant franchise to purchase. Samurai Sam’s Teriyaki Grill® sells the type of food that today’s consumers want.

©2017 Kahala Franchising, L.L.C.  All rights reserved.  All other trademarks referenced are property of their respective owners. The information provided herein is for informational purposes only and is not intended as an offer to sell, or the solicitation of an offer to buy, a franchise; nor is it directed to the residents of any particular jurisdiction within the U.S. or elsewhere.  The following states currently regulate the offer and sale of franchises: CA, HI, IL, IN, MD, MI, MN, NY, ND, RI, SD, VA, WA, and WI.  If you are a resident of one of these states, or of a jurisdiction that has similar requirements, we will not offer you a franchise until we have completed the applicable registration or obtained the exemption from registration, and completed the applicable disclosure requirements.  Regardless of what state you reside in, an offering can only be made by a franchise disclosure document.