Tuesday, March 12, 2013
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Posted on Tuesday, March 12, 2013
To those who are interested to join the hundreds of people queuing at Lucky Plaza, Orchard Road here are options that you can feast on at Jollibee Singapore. I must admit that it is very affordable compared to the other fast food chains in Singapore.
|1 pc. CHICKENJOY with rice||S$ 2.80||S$ 3.80|
|2 pcs. CHICKENJOY with rice||-||S$ 6.60|
|Bucket 6 pcs. CHICKENJOY||S$ 16.00||-|
|Bucket 12 pcs. CHICKENJOY||S$ 32.00||-|
|Regular Yum w/ Cheese||S$ 1.40||S$ 4.40|
|Yum w/ TLC||S$ 1.90||S$ 4.90|
|Double Yum w/ TLC||S$ 4.00||S$ 6.00|
|Spaghetti||S$ 3.00||S$ 4.00|
|1 pc. CHICKENJOY w/ Spaghetti||-||S$ 6.60|
|2 pcs. Burger Steak||S$ 4.50||S$ 5.50|
|Jolly Hotdog||S$ 1.90||S$ 4.90|
|Jolly Crispy Fries - Reg||S$ 1.50||-|
|Jolly Crispy Fries - Lrg||S$ 2.75||-|
|Sundae Choco||S$ 1.50||-|
|Jolly Twirl Vanilla||S$ 0.70||-|
Interesting also to note that Jollibee Singapore serves Pepsi instead of Coca-Cola. Sad to know that there's no Special Palabok and Pineapple Juice from the menu. They also don't serve breakfast meal for the time moment. To my Muslim friends, currently they are not Halal certified but the ingredients that they use are all Halal certified and they do not sell food with pork ingredients.
Jollibee Singapore's grand opening is a big success. I might have to wait for a few more days before I can try Chicken Joy!
Photos courtesy of Jollibee Singapore and Filipinos in Singapore Facebook page.
This post was written by: Mark Ferdinand Tayag
Makoy is a Senior Software Engineer based in Singapore. He enjoys cooking, swimming, running and taking photos. Makoy started blogging way back 1998 during his College years. Aside from his personal blog, he maintains a music blog, an entertainment blog, making money online blog and a photo blog. A certified Filipino blogger that wants to dominate the blogosphere.
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