Not much to say, at least this is a little different than the US chains. Good basic unhealthy food, everything you would expect.
this is the local version of McDonalds apparently. Probably more for the local taste as it seemed a bit on the sweeter side for us?
Had a snack there, they seem to have renovated the place, Good quality, a bit to crowded, the place is at ICM in Tagbilaran
Affordable, tasty fast food with great service from the staff who will assist to carry your over-loaded trays while you search for an empty table. Good range with choices of fried chicken, burgers, pasta and rice.
Those who prefer MacDonalds and other fried offerings will be at home at Jollibee. It seemed popular with the locals which normally is a good sign but obviously the fat-food fad is alive and well in the Philippines. Prices were very cheap and the food (looking nothing like the pictures on the wall) reflected the price. Those who prefer proper... More
We were told that Jollibee is Philippines number one fast food favourite. We bought two buckets to savour for breakfast. Yes, the chicken was quite tasty and deliciously juicy.
Jollibee is everywhere in Philippines. It is basically the Philippine McDonald's, but they also have many McDonald's here also. Jollibee is cheaper, sweeter tasting and has a few menu selections that McDo's does not... such as spaghetti and burgersteak (salisbury steak) meals. Nothing special here, but it is the Philippine favorite fast food chain so, this is why the lenient... More
There are jollibee's all around Philippines. They are just another regular fast-food resturant that serves chicken, rice etc. This particular one was not very good. Incredibly bad service
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