ORLANDO, Fla. - Popular Filipino fast-food chain Jollibee could be coming to Orlando soon, according to a billboard spotted in town.
Originating from the Philippines, Jollibee is known for its fried chicken – called ‘Chickenjoy’ – and jolly spaghetti. The chain has 1,300 locations across the world and made its way to America in 1998.
MILAN, ITALY - APRIL 11: Customers dine inside a Jollibee restaurant on April 11, 2018 in Milan, Italy. Jollibee Food Corporation, a Filipino chain of fast food restaurants and the largest Asian food services company, has chosen Milan, home of the bi
SCMP writer Kevin Kwong and Susan Jung tasting the fired chicken at Jollibee in Central. (Photo from Getty Images)
A fan page for the Asian fast-food chain posted a photo of a billboard stating, ‘Serving JOY soon’ with ‘Now hiring https://harri.com/jborlando’ at the bottom.
Orlando Weekly previously reported that Jollibee will open near the University of Central Florida (UFC) at 11891 E. Colonial Drive. A specific date has yet to be given.
Jollibee has nearly 40 restaurants in the United States, with two others in Florida already: Jacksonville and Tampa.
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