Jollibee Mississauga menu
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Whether you grew up in the Philippines with fond memories of Palabok and ChickenJoy, or it’s your very first time to have a Peach Mango Pie, going to Jollibee is quite the unforgettable experience. Here’s everything you need to know about Jollibee Mississauga menu prices.

Jollibee combo menu



If you haven’t tried Filipino spaghetti yet, you’re in for a treat. Described as the “cheesiest”, “meatiest” spaghetti around, Jollibee’s world famous Jolly Spaghetti is available by itself, or in a combo with a Chickenjoy. Feel like sharing? Jolly Spaghetti is also available as a Family and Party pack.

Jolly Spaghetti (with soda) $5.99

Jolly Spaghetti (with 1 piece Jolly Crispy Chicken & soda) $8.49

Jolly Spaghetti Family Pack (saves 3-4) $14.99

Jolly Spaghetti Party Pack (saves 8-10) $28.99

JOLLY CRISPY CHICKEN (Chickenjoy) (regular or spicy)

The Philippine’s best-tasting chicken has been described as both “crispylicious” and “juicylicious”. Best paired with Jolly Spaghetti, Chickenjoy is available in regular and spicy flavours. Different combos are available, as well as buckets and bucket combos. Don’t forget to let them know if you’d like spicy, regular or a little bit of both!

C1 Jolly Crispy Chicken (2 pieces with 1 side & soda) $8.49

C2 Jolly Crispy Chicken (2 pieces with 2 sides & soda) $9.49

C3 Jolly Crispy Chicken (3 pieces with 1 side & soda) $10.49

C4 Jolly Crispy Chicken (3 pieces with 2 sides & soda) $11.49

JOLLY CRISPY CHICKEN BUCKET (Chickenjoy) (regular or spicy)

Jolly Crispy Chicken Bucket (6 pieces) $15.99

JOLLY CRISPY CHICKEN BUCKET TREATS (Chickenjoy) (regular or spicy)

Jolly Crispy Chicken (Chickenjoy) Bucket Treat A

Jolly Crispy Chicken Bucket (6 pieces), 3 sides (choice of steamed rice, mashed potatoes, buttered corn or French fries), 3 Peach Mango Pies $28.99

Jolly Crispy Chicken (Chickenjoy) Bucket Treat B

Jolly Crispy Chicken Bucket (6 pieces), 1 Jolly Spaghetti, 3 Peach Mango Pies $35.99

Jolly Crispy Chicken (Chickenjoy) Bucket Treat C

Jolly Crispy Chicken Bucket (12 pieces), 4 sides (choice of steamed rice, mashed potatoes, buttered corn or French fries), 4 Peach Mango Pies $44.99


Jollibee’s 100% pure beef patty hamburgers with secret sauce and has been described as “langhap-sarap”. You’ve got your basic hamburger, it’s bigger version and the version with a slice of pineapple.

Yum with cheese $3.49 (with French fries and soda) $5.49

Big Yum $6.99 (with French fries and soda) $8.99

Aloha Yum $7.49 (with French fries and soda) $9.49


Burgers without the buns, plus gravy. Jollibee’s 100% pure beef patty comes with steamed rice and mushroom gravy. You can order it as a combo or as a Family pack, which serves 3-4 people, depending on how hungry they are.

Burger Steak (2 pieces and 1 side, with soda) $6.99 (2 pieces and 2 sides, with soda) $7.99

Burger Steak (3 pieces and 1 side, with soda) $8.99 (3 pieces and 2 sides, with soda) $9.99

Burger Steak Family Pack (serves 3-4) $19.99


Jollibee’s take on a timeless Filipino noodle dish features premium rice noodles called “bihon”, and comes with hard boiled egg, meat, shrimp and pork rinds on a shrimp-based sauce.

Palabok Fiesta (with soda) $7.29

Palabok Fiesta (with 1 piece Jolly Crispy Chicken & soda) $9.99

Palabok Fiesta Family Pack (serves 3-4) $17.99

Palabok Fiesta Party Pack $46.99


Jollibee’s dessert list isn’t very long, but it’s got it’s famous Peach Mango Pie. The combination of peach and mango in a light, crispy fried crust is to die for. Best served hot. If you’re not in the mood for a Peach Mango Pie, there’s always the ever reliable Chocolate Sundae.

Peach Mango Pie $2.99

Chocolate Sundae $2.49

KIDS MEALS (comes with a free toy)

Jollibee’s kiddie meals are the same as the regular combos, except it comes with a little toy. Great for the little ones, or if you’re on a diet and don’t want to commit to a larger meal.

Jolly Crispy Chicken (1 piece, with steamed rice & soda) $4.99

Jolly Spaghetti (with soda) $4.99

Yum with cheese (with regular French fries & soda) $4.99


Jollibee’s sides are available for most of its combos, but if you need a bit more, you can always order extra. Wish they had the special edition Curly Fries available, though.

Steamed rice $1.49

Mashed potatoes (regular) $2.49 (large) $3.49

Buttered corn (regular) $2.49 (large) $3.49

French fries (regular) $2.49 (large) $3.49

All prices are in Canadian Dollars, taxes extra. For pick up and dine-in only, delivery not available.

Jollibee doll prices


Currently, Jollibee Canada has 4 locations:

Jollibee Winnipeg (on Ellice Ave.),

Jollibee Winnipeg (at the Northgate Shopping Centre),

Jollibee Scarborough (at Kennedy Commons) and

Jollibee Mississauga (at the Heartland Town Centre, inside Seafood City).

Jollibee Winnipeg / Jollibee Winnipeg Ellice
1406 Ellice Ave.
Winnipeg, MB R3G 0G4
(204) 772-6701
Open 7:00am to 10:00pm

Jollibee Winnipeg Northgate Shopping Centre / Jollibee Northgate
1377 McPhillips St.,
Winnipeg MB R2V3V1
(204) 515-3400
Open 7:00am to 11:00pm

Jollibee Toronto / Jollibee Scarborough / Jollibee Kennedy Commons
15 William Kitchen Road
Scarborough, ON M1P5B7
(647) 953 1100
Open 7:00am to 12:00am

Jollibee Mississauga / Jollibee Heartland / Jollibee Heartland Town Centre
800 Boyer Blvd.
Mississauga, ON L5V 2Y1
(289) 203-4555
Open 7:00am to 12:00am

Two additional locations will be opening soon, one in Calgary, the other in Edmonton.

The first Alberta location will be in Calgary at the Pacific Place Mall:

Jollibee Calgary
Pacific Place Mall
999 36th St., NE
Calgary, AB T2A 7X6

The second Alberta location looks to be in Edmonton, at the South Park Shopping Centre:

Jollibee Edmonton
South Park Shopping Centre
3803 Calgary Trail NW
Edmonton, AB T6J 2J8

Jollibee Chickenjoy menu


Jollibee Foods Corporation is a Filipino fast food chain with over 1,200 locations worldwide. Jollibee currently has four locations in Canada: two in Winnipeg, Manitoba, one in Scarborough, Ontario and one in Mississauga, Ontario.

Started by Tony Tan Caktiong in 1975, Jollibee’s roots can be traced to an ice cream parlour in Quezon City in the Philippines.

Shortly after opening, customers coming in for ice cream started making requests for hot meals and sandwiches. Sales of hot meals and sandwiches soon overtook their original lineup of ice cream, so Caktiong decided to abandon the whole ice cream parlour idea and make the store into a fast food restaurant.

Thus the first Jollibee was born.

By 1978, there were seven Jollibee stores across Metro Manila, including the first franchised store in Santa Cruz.

Even with the arrival of US fast food giant McDonalds in 1981, Jollibee continued its rapid growth. Today there are almost 1,000 Jollibee stores in the Philippines.

Jollibee also expanded overseas, opening its first international store in Taiwan in 1986. It opened its first North American store in Daly City, California in 1998.

Its first Canadian store opened in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 2016, drawing large crowds who waited for hours in sub-zero temperatures.

Today, there are four Jollibee locations in Canada, with 100 more planned openings by 2023.

Jollibee Canada opening


Jollibee is popular because of the food they sell. Jollibee’s menu is best described as American-inspired fast-food. This includes Filipino versions of hamburgers, spaghetti and fried chicken.

The Yumburger is a basic hamburger with special Jollibee sauce, which might best be described as a combination of ketchup and mayonnaise. The Yumburger is also available in different variations, including with a slice of pineapple, a strip of bacon, lettuce and cheese (the Amazing Aloha).

Filipino spaghetti is the pretty unique. It’s super red and it’s got hotdog slices. Filipinos usually have this kind of spaghetti during birthday parties, because it’s fun for both kids and adults alike. Jollibee makes it super convenient for you, if you want to replicate the whole Filipino birthday party experience. Just don’t wear white whilst eating Jollibee Spaghetti (you’ll thank us later).

Let’s talk about Jollibee’s chicken. In the Philippines, it’s called ChickenJoy. In Canada, it’s not called ChickenJoy, it’s called Jolly Crispy Chicken. Something to do with the North American copyright holder Chick-N-Joy (established in 1968).

Whatever you call it, it’s definitely “crispylicous” (crispy on the outside)and “juicylicous” (juicy on the inside) at the same time. Just tell them you want ChickenJoy, they’ll know what you mean.

Jollibee Burger and Fries


Jolly Spaghetti Family Pack (saves 3-4) $14.99

Getting a family pack of Jolly Spaghetti will feed a family of four (or two very hungry adults). They have the party pack, but unless you haven’t had Filipino spaghetti for a while, the family pack is probably a better deal.

C4 Jolly Crispy Chicken (3 pieces with 2 sides & soda) $11.49

Two pieces of ChickenJoy is never, ever enough, which is why we recommend getting the three piece combo instead. It’s got three pieces, and comes with two sides and a soda.

Jolly Crispy Chicken (Chickenjoy) Bucket Treat C Jolly Crispy Chicken Bucket (12 pieces), 4 sides (choice of steamed rice, mashed potatoes, buttered corn or French fries), 4 Peach Mango Pies $44.99

If you’re having company over, a bucket of ChickenJoy is the way to go. 12 pieces comes with 4 sides, and 4 Peach Mango Pies. Okay, maybe two buckets (just to be sure).

Aloha Yum $7.49 (with French fries and soda) $9.49

You know what’s better a hamburger? A hamburger with a slice of pineapple! You can’t get anymore tropical than an Aloha Yumburger from Jollibee.

Burger Steak (3 pieces and 1 side, with soda) $8.99 (3 pieces and 2 sides, with soda) $9.99

If you’re not a big fan of hamburger buns, you can still enjoy a trip to Jollibee by ordering a Burger Steak. It’s a hamburger without the buns, and comes with gravy and rice. Can’t get any more Filipino than that.

Peach Mango Pie $2.99

Last but least, it’s the Peach Mango Pie. It’s the perfect end to a Jollibee meal, puff pastry with a peach mango filling. Even if you’re not a big fan of fast-food, a trip to Jollibee for Peach Mango Pies is always worthwhile.

Peach Mango Pie


New to Canada and looking for a job? If you have experience working in the service industry, you may want to give working for Jollibee a shot.

Remember, you need to be a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident in order to work for Jollibee in Canada. OFWs and visitors need not apply.

Send your resumes to:

Jollibee mascot


Jollibee’s always on the lookout to partner with self driven entrepreneurs who are willing to devote time in overseeing daily operations of a Jollibee store. 

Jollibee’s franchising program provides training, giving entrepreneurs the skills they will need to run a successful Jollibee store.

What are the requirements? You’ll have to have a minimum net worth of USD$5,000,000 for starters. Depending on the location, you’ll also need to pony up up to USD$800,000.

You’ll need to submit a proposal, which will include:

• Letter of Intent ( please include your exact mailing address and contact numbers)

• Applicant’s detailed resume.

• Profile of the company.

• Demographic and economic information of the market you are interested to franchise in. Potential customers, including estimated number of Filipinos, and other nationalities.

• List of possible sites that you, or your company can acquire

• Financial records showing financial liquidity, total assets, your capability or of your company’s to fund the Jollibee stores you plan to put up.

It’s not known when Jollibee will be open to franchising in Canada, but we’re thinking that it will be very soon, if they hope to come close to opening 100 new stores in five years. You might as well get a move on and give them a call to let them know you’re interested.

Jollibee Foods Corporation
Ditas Comoda, International Operations
10/F Jollibee Plaza
10 F. Ortigas Jr. Road
Ortigas Center, Pasig City 1605
The Philippines

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