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Jollibee’s Hash Brown Burger

Jollibee’s Hash Brown Burger

Hash Brown Burger is one of the newest addition to the menu of the most popular fast food chain in the Philippines. Jollibee claims that this is a baked burger, so it healthier than an ordinary burger. The patty is still the Jollibee’s 100% pure patty with cheese and teaspoon of sour ketchup.

This burger came from a very good packaging, a box that perfectly suits the burger. When you open it there is a small parchment paper, probably inserted to absorb the oil and prevented the burger from sticking.

HashBrown Burger is worth P80.00 with drinks and P64.00 for solo.

I only asked my cousin to buy me this new product from Jollibee. Because, whenever I go to the nearest Jollibee to my place, It’s always out of stock.

I am not able to took pictures of the product itself as one of my niece upon seeing the Jollibee plastic bag, took it and stole the half part of the burger. She then immediately licked the the hashbrown. So what can I do?!

Zoe Eating Jollibee Hashbrown Burger.jpg

Well anyway, I think my niece loved it. Because she already ate her merienda that time, but she is still able to consume that half part.

I also offered the burger (half part with patty and cheese) to my sister and cousin. They said that it is delicious, but expensive for that price.

Now, my verdict…

From the start, I am not a fan of the HashBrown. But, the burger really impressed me. I never imagined that HashBrown and beef patty can go along well. The only thing that I don’t like about this product is that it is oily and I really doubted it that the hashbrowns were really baked.

I am recommending it? Yes of course. This burger satisfied my appetite.

Learn more the author of this post:

Ringo
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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