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.
I’m not fond of going to the mall. Why? Firstly, the main reason is my vertigo. Right the very minute I entered the mall, I feel dizzy and despite still having 20/20 vision, the pathway instantly becomes blurred. Secondly, are the foods and drinks around the mall, that from the looks itself are appetizing, I can’t stand buying.
Last week, I was forced to go to Ever Gotesco to buy some bubble wrap for the products I’m selling online. My mom asked me to buy her some apple juice, so I will have to pass by Jollibee. Before going home, I got indulged by these group of teenagers whopping down the Jollibee’s Aloha Burger. Then, without knowing I just found myself falling in line (lol).
My sister, Riza and her daughter Zoe with Hetty and Twirlie
I have mentioned in my review on Jollibee Sundae Mix-ins Milo Blast Review that I went to Jollibee Regalado to book my niece’s birthday party.
Last April 29th, the celebration of my niece, Zoe Audrienne’s birthday began and for me the birthday party was successful. But, allow me to use this blog to review the whole birthday package from booking up to the end of the party.
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.