Jollibee announces the opening of two new branches in Singapore

Jollibee announces the opening of two new branches in SingaporeJollibee announces the opening of two new branches in Singapore

Chicken so good that when you blink, the sharing bucket is empty!

Jollibee is the undisputed king of fried chicken. It’s an unmistakable taste of home we won’t forget. So for OFW’s living in Singapore, good news! Jollibee in Singapore expands with two additional branches being opened in Woodlands MRT and Waterway Point.

Jollibee in Singapore grows as more people want a taste of Chicken Joy

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Image | Instagram screengrab (@jollibee)

When the iconic fast food chain opened its first branch in Lucky Plaza in 2013, it was an exciting time for Filipinos working abroad to hear Jollibee in Singapore had finally arrived.

Since then, additional branches popped up in the eastern and central parts of the bustling city. But that meant getting your Chicken Joy fix required you to travel further. But now, the distribution of Jollibee branches is balanced with the opening of the Woodlands MRT and Waterway Point, Punggol.

Jollibee in Singapore announced they planned to open up to 15 more outlets. And it’s no wonder – their fried chicken retains a hugely loyal customer base with its delicious fried chicken.

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Image | Facebook screengrab (@jollibeesg)

Jollibee is famous for it’s deep fried Chicken Joy range. The Jolly Spaghetti and Yum Burger are also popular menu items.

The actual opening hasn’t been announced yet. But the world turned its head when Jollibee announced they are currently hiring for a wide range of roles. These include kitchen and service crew for the two new branches, as well as the existing six outlets in Paya Lebar, Novena, Changi, Jurong East, and the two in Lucky Plaza.

Keep your eyes peeled to see when you can get your hands on ever-yummy Chicken Joy at a Jollibee’s near you.

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Written by

Vinnie Wong