Jollibee Spaghetti & Crispy Chicken & Peach Mango Pie

Jollibee Spaghetti & Crispy Chicken & Peach Mango Pie
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Info from wiki:

Jollibee Foods Corporation abbreviated as JFC and popularly known as Jollibee (PSE: JFC) is a Filipino multinational chain of fast food restaurants headquartered in Pasig, Metro Manila, Philippines. JFC is the parent company of Jollibee, dubbed as Asia’s answer to McDonald’s in the fast food burger business.

With its success, the company bought out their competitors in the fast food business like Chowking, Greenwich Pizza, Red Ribbon bakeshop, Mang Inasal and Burger King Philippines. In 2011, JFC had a total of 2,510 stores worldwide with a system wide retail sales totaling to 82.1 billion pesos for the fiscal year 2011.

History
The original owner Tony Tan and his family opened a Magnolia Ice Cream parlor in Cubao, Quezon City in 1975. In 1978, he and his siblings engaged the services of a management consultant, Manuel C. Lumba, who shifted the business focus from ice cream to hot dogs after his studies showed a much larger market waiting to be served. Lumba was Tan’s last business and management mentor.

Throughout its three decade history, Jollibee became a success enjoying rapid growth. The chain opened successful milestone stores in the following years: Its 100th branch in Davao on 1991; its 200th store in Malolos, Bulacan in 1996; its 300th store in Balagtas, Bulacan in 1998; its 400th store in Intramuros, Manila in 2001; its 500th store in Basilan in 2004; its 600th store in Aparri in 2007; its 700th store in Harrison Road, Baguio City in 2010; and its 800th branch in Malaybalay City, Bukidnon on October 18, 2013.

Comments

KBDProductionsTV says:

Hello subscribers and new viewers, just wanted to say thanks for all your support on my channels it’s much appreciated. I also wanted to wish you a happy and safe weekend, eat something yummy!
Ken

#SweatPantsJoeEATS says:

Trust me you don’t want spicy.

Joy Ride says:

kaway kaway sa nag lalaway

Prodigious 909 says:

Jollibee is trash , the spaghetti tastes like someone who doesn’t know how to cook just tossed in a glob of ketchup and some cheap hotdogs onto some noodles… The chicken is good but nothing special . The pie is the only Worthy thing to get

Cesberry U. says:

Come to a Philippines

Rolly Domingo Jr says:

If your chicken turned out not spicy even tho you ordered one, you can go back to the counter and request to put spicy on it. and they will do it for you. so don’t be shy

doug house says:

The peach mango pie you bought is drastically bigger than what is here in ph.

Henry Mazariegos says:

That pasta looks fucking disgusting

covenofthesilvermoon says:

I think palabok is more up your alley…

BLYT says:

I eat 4 pcs chicken and 1 ultimate burger steak everyday

ChrisTheBrownGuy says:

im surprised u kept eating the spaghetti, my american friends are grossed out because its sweet and has hot dogs lol

ルシードジアン says:

My favorite part! Thighs? right?! GHAD!

Allan Odchimar says:

New subs here. Good to saw you eating jollibee hehe.. It’s Filipino delight.

Brian's Kitchen says:

Sorry but the spaghetti looks like something that my 8 year old would make not to appetizing . Yumm hotdogs and spaghetti for desert jam pizza lol

lionhearted1969 says:

McDonalds in the Philippines also serve spaghetti. McDonalds in the Philippines is the first McDonalds franchise that serves spaghetti and fried chicken. Just because Jollibee offered them first and were a hit to local customers. Now most McDonalds stores around Asia offer fried chicken as well.

Rail says:

Spaghetti is designed to be sweet to acustom filipino taste.

Filipino like sweet and soury foods.

Blair DeFazio says:

The head turning and camera change did my head in

Mark Reymund Mamauag says:

Jolibee Chicken in the Philippines is way better than Jolibee here in SoCal. You better visit the Philippines now lol. Great vid btw.

Kat 1987 says:

burger steak!!

ルシードジアン says:

Bucket meal with friends! 😀

L Evan says:

Do a mukbang. Be a man. He he he

DullHead Soul says:

subbed for sure..

RealMyrn says:

Hello I am new here please get back to me as well yum crispy chicken thank you for sharing let be friends

Michael Manuel says:

Eat the spag mixed

Bryan Kelly says:

Are people waiting in a tent for dumb tasting food because everyone is stupid now?

prince benmill samera says:

actually when you came in Philippines that was actually had a fantastic jollibee restaurant. cause l am a filipino

Gralox Vlog says:

What that cost you a $8 for a chicken and spaghetti meal? Here in PH its only $3 at that mango pie cost only $0.50.

Cozyzen says:

Plz be honest with your ratings, based on everything you said I would only go and get the pie. The rest, no thanx

Kringle Villaluz says:

Yummy that my favorite place. I will be going there Chicago because I’m far down town.

Trevor Kimh says:

Omg I’m always there in that area dude damn I wish I could of met you

KittyKats Adventures says:

Yum Jollibee!!!!

BLYT says:

Who’s like me that don’t eat ketchup and hotdog because it’s disguting

Roen Macaspac says:

Why do people not mix the sauce with the pasta

Mhelkieth Kedse says:

I grew up eating in Jollibee….It’s my childhood

Michelle ann Baang says:

Try dipping the fries in their sundae.. Its good..

Zargabanth says:

please eat a whole bucket!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

jayson cruk says:

you should try the extra spicy

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