Filipinos love this fast food chain- fried chicken, spaghetti, and sandwiches on pandesal. I always save room for halo halo- a shaved ice dessert.
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We came here to enjoy ube and pandan coolers but the machine is still not working! We have come to this location for a few months and the machine is still broken. Please get a new machine so we can buy those pearl coolers. Disappointed!...More
The best chicken there is!!! try it you love it. You might forget your mother in law. ha-ha .... Eating there is a joy, fast and reliable to , this so good for people who travel, a home cook food on their own convenient .
We've been living in Australia for almost 4yrs and since we never got the chance to go back to Philippines since, this SF trip seems to be our best chance to satisfy our Jollibee cravings. And boy I feel back home in PI. Everything tastes...More
Made the trip for the family to have a taste of home. Some Filipino fast food that is truly comfort food. American fast food could learn a thing or two and serve fries with gravy/sauce like Jollibee does.
If you want to try Filipino foods, Jolibee is the place to be. It's a little bit far from San Francisco but it's worth the trip. Their palabok and chickenjoy were very good.
Basic burger ok a little expensive at $2 Micky D's better. Soda expensive expect that. Chicken soup for $2 nice change but not that much. Peach-mango fried pie quite tasty but expensive at $2. Hot dog boring.
One goes to Jollibee for the taste one grew up with at the time one does. . . . familiar, desired, convenient and in the company of your tribe, so to speak. It's like walking into the kitchen of your heritage--no surprises. And affordable even...More
Absolutely terrible, horrible, fast Filipino food. Could not eat it. Nasty. Now, I grew up taking escrima, kali, and arnis, and was no stranger to Filipino food or hospitality. Trying getting out of a Filipino home at dinner time without thinking you may just need...More