Jollibee was founded by Tony Tan and his family with humble beginnings as an ice-cream parlour. Jollibee has since grown to become the largest fast-food chain in the Philippines with over 750 outlets all around the country. The company has embarked on an aggressive international plan in USA, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Brunei and Singapore.
Technically, Jollibee is not a restaurant, it is a fast-food restaurant from the Philippines that is famous for its fried chicken, so it’s not my really of speciality, but this fast-food restaurant has been attracting throngs of people since its first day of opening at Lucky Plaza, and this phenomenon continues at its second outlet at Square 2. I am going to find out what makes this fast food restaurant so special.
I ordered the 2-pcs Chickenjoy with a mixture of original and spicy. To tell you the truth, I am not very impressed. Sure, the chicken is crispy on the outside while tender and juicy on the inside, but there is nothing special about it that warrants so much attention. It is comparable to KFC but nowhere as good as Korean fried chicken.
End your meal with a dessert such as this Chocolate Sundae where the chocolate syrup is as creamy and thick as real melted chocolate. This is what I call a real treat.
Besides burgers and fried chicken, Jollibee also serves rice-based meals and even spaghetti, making this the perfect place to get a Philippine-style meal in a fast and efficient setting.
Jollibee (Square 2)
Address: 10 Sinaran Drive, Square 2 #01-160/161/162
Jollibee (Lucky Plaza)
Address: 304 Orchard Road, Lucky Plaza #06-048A