Finally, Jollibee opens in Vancouver

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  • After a long wait and much anticipation, Jollibee is opening in Vancouver.

    Jollibee will start dishing out its famous menu offerings at 833 Granville Street on February 25.

    These include its world-famous Jolly Crispy Chicken.

    Jollibee also recently introduced its Chicken Sandwich, which features a crispy, juicy chicken breast fillet, spread with umami mayo, and served on a toasted brioche bun. Jollibee encourages customers to save room for dessert because no meal is complete without its Peach Mango Pie, which is made with real Philippine mangoes and served warm.

    The Granville Street store is only accepting take-out orders with the goal to offer dine-in, online ordering, and delivery in the coming weeks. Jollibee plans to open at least 20 stores across North America by the end of 2022.

    Jollibee has two more locations planned for later this year in the Greater Vancouver area. One is at the Strawberry Hill Shopping Centre in Surrey, and the other on Broadway and Cambie Street, right down the street from Vancouver City Hall.

    Jollibee is the flagship brand of Jollibee Foods Corporation, the largest and fastest-growing Asian restaurant company in the world.

    With 70 stores in North America, 1500 stores across the globe, and many more yet to come, its mission is to spread the joy of eating. Its famous menu includes Jolly Spaghetti and Palabok, and Yumburgers.In Canada, Jollibee operates locations in Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area; Calgary; Edmonton; and Regina.


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