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Jollibee Declared as Top Foreign Fast Food in America

Jollibee Declared as Top Foreign Fast Food in America

| On 03, Oct 2014

Jollibee had been a common name in the Philippines. This has always been the number one choice of families, specially those with kids, to spend a bonding moment.

Jollibee captured the heart of Filipinos due to its appetizing and affordable meal. And since Filipinos are scattered around the world, the need of the company to go international needs to be fulfilled.

The company’s try to penetrate the ultimately competitive international fast food market has been so far making improvements.

In June 2013, it was reported that the Jollibee store in Singapore manages to beat records and later declared as the highest earning Jollibee store in the world, just a mere proof that even foreign bloods were also got hooked. In April of the same year, renowned chef and food reviewer Anthony Bourdain tried some of the meals Jollibee and fortunately loved every single thing he ordered.

Buzzfeed also rode in the continuously-becoming-popular-store and asked some of their employees to try Jollibee meal. Angain, fortunately, some of the meals were loved.

Admit it, Jollibee foods are delicious…

Another proof was an article published by Dan Myers via the popular food and lifestyle website Daily Meal. The article entitled “10 Foreign Chain Restaurants We’re Glad Came to the U.S.” enumerated some restaurant that started outside America that have been welcomed.

“The chain (Jollibee) is hugely popular in the Philippines, and has locations scattered around the U.S., largely in California,” Myers said. “Aside from burgers, they offer fried chicken, spaghetti, noodles, and unique breakfast dishes like Spam, beef tenders, or sweet pork with rice,” said Myers.

Check out the complete list:

  • Jollibee – Philippines
  • Pie Face – Australia
  • Pret a Manger – UK
  • Maoz – Amsterdam
  • Pollo Campero – Guatemala
  • Paris Baguette – France
  • Tim Hortons – Canada
  • Yo! Sushi – UK
  • Nando’s Peri Peri – South Africa
  • Go Go Scurry – Japan

Learn more the author of this post:

I am Ringo and allow me to say not an ordinary man. I've been working home base since 2009 and as of now, has no plans of returning to corporate. Web designer. Frustrated chef. Foodie. Good son (ehem!). Good father (to two labrador retrievers). And, a servant of God.


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