With local blogs reporting the imminent opening of the first Jollibee in the Greater Toronto Area (they’ve been talking about it for the past 5 years already, and Jollibee already had two branches in Winnipeg!), it’s high time we ran down our favourites. Here are the top 8 items you should order at Jollibee when it finally opens. Don’t get angry about the lack of palabok and mango pie.
Jollibee’s no nonsense hamburger with special sauce. It’s tastier than other restaurants basic burgers, as you’ll find out for yourself.
7. Burger Steak Meal
If you’re not a big fan of buns, then get a Burger Steak meal from Jollibee. It’s two patties with a lot of mushroom gravy on top. Did we mention it comes with a full cup of white rice? Now it’s a meal!
6. Yum with TLC
It’s a regular Yum, but with tomato, lettuce and cheese. You can get a free hug from the other restaurant. Or was that a free smile?
1/3 lbs. of beefy goodness. Basic, for when you don’t want any frills in your Jollibee hamburger. Topped with tomato, lettuce, a slice of cheese and Jollibee’s special sauce.
4. Cheezy Bacon Mushroom Champ
1/3 lbs. of beefy goodness slathered with cheese sauce, bacon strips and mushrooms. We’ve noticed that Jollibee likes putting bacon in most of their stuff, we aren’t complaining.
3. Amazing Aloha
It’s not just an Aloha, it’s an Amazing Aloha. It’s a juicy beef patty with bacon (already a winner in our book), lettuce and cheese. If you like it, you better put a (pineapple) ring on it. Amazing Aloha!
2. Jolly Spaghetti
Jollibee’s spaghetti sauce is sweet, with meat and ham. Of course, it’s not Filipino spaghetti without hotdog slices and plenty of cheese.
You haven’t tasted anything quite like Jollibee’s Chickenjoy. Perfectly seasoned, extra crispy on the outside and super juicy on the inside. If you’re a fan of fried chicken, we suggest you try Chickenjoy.
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