Who’s excited for Jollibee to open here in Toronto? We know we are. We actually made a list of what we’d like to order. Chickenjoy and Jolly Spaghetti are in our near future. Just in case you don’t know where it’s going to be, the address is 15 William Kitchen Rd., Scarborough, ON M1P 5B7. Here’s how to use the TTC to get to Jollibee when it finally opens.

From Wilson – Bathurst:

On the east side, take the east bound 165 going to York Mills Station.

When you get to York Mills Station, take the east bound 95 to U of T Scarborough. Get down at the corner of Ellesmere Rd at Kennedy Rd. It’s going to be a short walk to Jollibee from the corner.

From Promenade Mall

From the north entrance of Promenade Mall, take the south bound 88 YRT/VIVA bus towards Finch Station. Get off at the corner of Yonge St. and Drewry Ave. Walk towards Cummer Avenue.

On the east side, take the east bound 42 to Middlefield. Get down at the corner of McNicoll Ave. and Kennedy Rd.

At the south side, take the south bound 43 to Kennedy Station. Get down at Kennedy Rd. at Antrim Cresc. It’s going to be a short walk to Jollibee from the corner.

From Sheppard-Yonge

At the Sheppard-Yonge Station, go east bound on line 4 towards Don Mills Station. Get down at Don Mills Station.

At Don Mills Station, take the east bound 190 Rocket to Scarborough Centre. Get down at the corner of Sheppard Ave. E. and Kennedy Rd. It’s going to be a short walk to Jollibee from the corner.

We suggest bringing a light snack, or having a bit to eat beforehand. Bring a book, make sure your phone is fully charged and bring an external battery if you have one. It’s going to be quite a trip if you’re coming from across town, and you’re sure to be in for quite a wait when you get there.

If you’re taking your own vehicle, here’s the address you’re going to want to put into Waze:

Jollibee, 15 William Kitchen Rd., Scarborough, ON M1P 5B7

Let’s go, Jollibee, let’s go!


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