How Are Jollibee's Chickenjoy Meals Served Around The World?

Chickenjoy with adobo rice? Yes, please!

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For some Filipinos, nothing brings instant happiness than a bucket of Jollibee's Chickenjoy. The name and the "Bida Ang Saya" tagline say it all! Filipinos know that this tasty fried chicken comes with the fast food chain's signature gravy, then depending on one's preference, it is never complete without a serving of rice, Jolly Spaghetti, or Palabok

There are thousands of Jollibee stores in the Philippines, which makes this bucketful of crunchy and juicy happiness within arm's reach. But for the rest of the world, Jollibee is starting to open more international franchises to tap the OFW market who miss the taste of home and the locals who are curious enough to find out what the hype is all about.

To make Jollibee's Chickenjoy more approachable for the overseas market, Jollibee serves the signature Chickenjoy with side dishes and sauces that are more familiar to the locals of the country.

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Here are the different ways Chickenjoy is served all over the world:

1 Jollibee Vietnam: Chickenjoy + Rice + Salad

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Most Vietnamese dishes have three ingredients in common and those are fresh herbs, fruits, and vegetables. Chickenjoy in Vietnam is served with a side of lettuce, tomatoes, and cucumber. They even have a Chickenjoy value meal where they add a Pumpkin Chicken Soup.

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2 Jollibee Brunei and Singapore: Chickenjoy Nasi Lemak 

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The Nasi Lemak is a popular Malaysian dish you can find in Brunei and Singapore. The nasi lemak-inspired Chickenjoy is served with sambal (chili) with ikan bilis (small dried fish) on top, served with fragrant coconut rice, and boiled egg.

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There is a slight difference in the way Nasi Lemak Chickenjoy is served in these countries. Singapore adds slices of cucumber while Brunei serves this with gravy.

3 Jollibee Qatar: Chickenjoy + Arabic Rice + Coleslaw +Garlic Sauce

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If Pinoys pair their chicken with gravy or banana ketchup, the Arabs' go-to condiment is the garlic sauce. The Chickenjoy is served with a garlic sauce dip, a side of coleslaw, and Arabic rice. Arabic rice is typically made with long-grain white rice, vermicelli noodles, and butter or olive oil.

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4 Jollibee UK: Chickenjoy + Corn or Mashed Potatoes

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There are some parts of the world that don't consume rice as much as Asians do. In Jollibee's United Kingdom-based stores, there is an option for Chickenjoy to only have a side dish (like corn or mashed potatoes) instead of rice. Based on the fast food chain's delivery channel called Deliveroo, the popular Chickenjoy meal is the 3-Piece Chickenjoy and Side.

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5 Jollibee USA: Chickenjoy + Adobo Rice

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If there is another Pinoy dish besides Chickenjoy that foreigners rave about, it is none other than the adobo. In the United States, customers are given the option to upgrade their Chickenjoy meal's serving of plain white rice with adobo rice. According to Thrillist, it even has small bits of pork!

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