Fast-food chain operator Yoshinoya D&C Co. said Wednesday it will open two restaurants in Manila this month, its first in the Philippines. Yoshinoya, which sells seasoned beef strips and rice known as “gyudon,” said the first outlet will open Saturday and the second on Dec. 22.
The Manila outlets will be run by Yoshinoya Century Pacific Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Manila-based Century Canning Corp., which has become a Yoshinoya franchisee, Yoshinoya said.
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