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Ordered 2 buckets & a few other things to go, Server kept telling me my disc would buzz when ready. When I got fed up after 58 min I pointed to the order time and asked why it wasn't ready yet... Finally they STARTED my...More
We went at 11p.m. which is near their closing time and the quality of food is bad. The chicken was burnt and tasted of old oil. Also the few times that I have ordered their chicken joy recently the chicken had that 'smell' that you...More
We decided to give Jollibee at William Kitchen a try. Every time we wanted to go the lineup would be all the way outside. This time the line wasn’t that long. There’s only one line to order and a guy went around asking what we...More
A freestanding joint Chicken Restaurant in a large suburban Mall with lots of parking. Has been open for many months but extremely long wait lines starting at 8 hours have held us back from trying previously. Nice bright indoor ambiance with plenty of seating. Menu...More
Hours listed open @ 7am, showed up @ 6:50am and guessing by the order number on my receipt, was the 9th customer, got my pager and pineapple juice and sat down , overall in and out 20 minutes later and $70.00 order 4 palabok, 2...More
I was really surprised by this Jollibee Toronto because of the long queue of customers of different nationalities. I know the food is good, I just did not expect it to be that much. Happy for Jollibee ! Mabuhay !
So i ended up going to this place yesterday as i had never had a chance to go and was so glad i did.
I first tried jollibee when i was in vietnam and only hoped one day they would set up shop in toronto...More
I first heard about Jollibee from coworkers a couple of days ago.
They hailed it as the best fried chicken ever!
Then I saw Anthony Bourdain who, while visiting Manila, went to Jollibee and was amazed by the concept and the food and it’s ability...More
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