Camile are pros in getting good mood thai food delivered to your home.
Since opening our first location in 2010, we’ve expanded to 40+ locations across the UK, Ireland and USA. We are always looking for forward-thinking franchisees to join us, particularly in Southeast England.
Why become a Camile
Eleven years experience as an award-winning delivery-focused brand. Our focus on health, wellness and sustainability means we're a restaurant you can be proud to be part of.
Explosive growth in the home delivery market, through the COVID-19 crisis and now after.
Our commitment to technology & innovation - from our proprietary app to drone delivery trials - means we’re ahead of the competition.
Multi-unit opportunities. Our largest franchisee has 9 outlet, the next has 5, and the third have 3 each. All are developing additional outlets - as you know, this is a rare opportunity for keen franchisees. Hear what they have to say.
Our success comes down to three key ingredients.
We make sauces from scratch and use locally grown grass-fed beef and pork, as well as local vegetables and herbs when in season. These help the environment – and they also taste better! The food we make allows us to reach our wider goals of sustainability, community initiatives, and supporting local businesses.
Home Delivery Specialists
Many restaurants struggled with home delivery recently. Fortunately, we've had ten years of practice in getting delicious hot food to guests’ doors in under 30 minutes. We use the latest technology and operational methods to perfect the process.
Exceptional Branding and Communications
From our presence on relevant socials, our visual identity, an award winning user experience on our proprietary app to our free yoga classes and popular compostable packaging, Camile ticks all the boxes for building a modern life balance brand.
Outside Ireland? Camile are keen to talk to experienced food service operators in markets around the world. Anywhere that there is a young, urban population that lives a healthy lifestyle, makes conscious choices about the brands they buy, and spends a lot of their time online could be a fit for Camile.
One Restaurant Brand,
“High Street” Camile
Capital Required: €250 - 450k total. Initial personal capital from €100,000.
Our flagship franchise serves local residential communities, primarily offering a hot evening meal at home. This format tends to have relatively low occupancy costs (typically 1,000 – 1,500 square feet) with a strong nighttime business.
Capital Required: from €70,000
Our mini Camile format is suitable for high footfall locations like transit stations (Motorway services, Airports, Train Stations) and shopping centres (footprint as little as 180 sq. ft.)
Capital Required: from €30,000
Our newest format is proving successful in a variety of locations, including the United States. Simple operating procedures make this an attractive option for high density residential locations.
Hotel, Pubs and Restaurant Conversion
Capital Required: from €40,000
Camile can help breathe new life into commercial kitchens that are in low or no current use. We can install Camile units into hotels, pubs and restaurants.
How it Works
Your business, our
We provide the full toolkit to develop a successful restaurant business & support you through your growth. Your job is to develop the business locally and be a great brand ambassador.
Preopen & ongoing support
We know how to get a successful business off the ground. From property & location, recruiting and training, designing, building and launching your restaurant, we’re with you every step of the way.
Clear path to profit
With our larger restaurants now turning over €1.2 – €2.2 million annually, our businesses have sufficient scale to employ a professional management team and deliver a decent bottom line.
We are eager to work with ambitious franchise partners who want to develop a larger chain of business through a great management team of their own.
Want to learn more
After 40 years in the franchise industry, Camile Thai CEO Brody Sweeney has seen a lot – good and bad – about the franchise industry. If you’re curious about the franchise industry at large, visit Camile’s franchise blog for tips & hard-earned wisdom.