Posted by: goyo | July 6, 2008

Jollibee Responds

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  1. Goyo, what can I say – your blog is so influential. Who would ever think that the people from Jollibee would read it.

    Anyway, I must say that it was a nice gesture from the management to apologize for the lack of products in their store. Hopefully, next time they can think of a way to satisfy the craving of their loyal customers.

    PS: Jollibee also opened in Jeddah recently. I am hoping to eat there when I go for a training course next week. I’m keeping my fingers crossed that my experience will be better.

  2. You’re right Keith, I never know who is reading this. Reminds me of when I posted about the Road to Dumaguete and somebody wrote me and said they saw their house in that post.

    Yes, I hope your experience is better. Hey, I have an idea. Can you send me a foto of a Yum with Cheese? Then I can at least eat the foto. Hahaha 😉

    Missed you in the grupo lately.

  3. Hey, Goyo..I find it amazing that an American would love Jollibee. Do you like it better than Mcdo? For me, am definitely a Jollibee girl:) although I like McDo’s french fries and spaghetti:D

  4. Hi Marites. I like both. Yes, I prefer Jollibee. I guess that I’m just a Jollibee boy! 🙂 By the way, McDo’s nickname in the US is Mickey D’s. I also rate Jack in the Box and Burger King much higher than Mickey D’s.

    My favorite at Jollibee? It’s gotta be the Molo. Then Champ Burger. Yum with Cheese. Burger Steak. To be honest with you the spaghetti is very sweet, it’s difficult for this Kano to get used to it.

  5. Hello Goyo, Kumusta? I have quick question. August 27/08 will be in San Francisco (Redwood City) attending a wedding of my sister. We are coming up from Seattle. We are wonder if you have idea where to get a good lechon baboy? Thank you.

  6. Gemma;

    The following are all reasonably close to Redwood City. As I do not live in the area I have not tried any of these so I can not make any personal recommendations as to their cuisine. Some of these may even deliver for an additional charge. If you can, please let me know where you actually get your lechon and whether it turned out well or not.

    Salamat &good luck.

    In Daly City (often called “Little Manila”):

    Lech Go Fast Food Bakeshop
    23 Saint Francis Sq
    Daly City, CA 94015
    (650) 756-5542

    Santa Clara:

    The Lechon Factory
    807 Aldo Ave, Ste 106
    Santa Clara, CA 95054
    (408) 986-9032
    http://www.sporq.com/santaclara/lechonfactory/807aldoave

    Union City;

    Lechon Manila
    32104 Alvarado Blvd
    Union City, CA 94587
    (510) 429-8911

    South San Francisco;

    Ongpin Restaurant
    http://www.ongpin.com/C

  7. Wow, thank you for appreciating Jollibee. I do love Jollibee too. Do u speak tagalog fluently? Take care pare…

  8. Hi Neil.

    Unfortunately my Tagalog is lacking. 😦 I have learned a lot of Bisaya though since I always go to the Visayas and most of the Pinoy I know in the US are Bisaya speakers. Once I am living there permanently it should be easier for me to learn Tagalog to go along with my Bisaya. 😀


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