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rainymike:
This franchise is too expensive for my tastes, but since I did look into it, thought I\'d share some info that I ran across.

http://www.iht.com/articles/2005/05/30/business/burger.php

http://www.jollibee.com.ph/

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That was an interesting article. The comment about the sweet spaghetti etc. being a turnoff for most foreigners is certainly true. The only thing I will ever eat there are the chicken burgers and even then I have to ask them to leave off all the mayonnaise that Filipinos seem to love.

Colin

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Never come to Netherlands then Mayo on fries.....I love it however
Belgiums worse 3 types of mayo normal, sweet and \"Dutch\" (with garlic)......the best

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--- Quote from: c_a_p_t_a_i_n_r_o_n on January 11, 2008, 05:30:49 PM ---Never come to Netherlands then Mayoon fries.....I love it however
Belgiums worse 3 types of mayo normal, sweet and \"Dutch\" (with garlic)......the best

--- End quote ---

I don\'t dislike Mayo, in fact I dip into it when I have Belgian Fries in Shakeys, the problem with Jollibee is that the buns are soft and sweet to start with, and the mayo makes them all soggy .... ugh.

Colin

rainymike:
lol ... i prefer their burgers to mcd\'s ... slightly tastier cardboard. I agree about the spaghetti though. Can\'t help it, i\'m a mayo junkie when it comes to burgers.†

Hmmm ... and i kinda like their breakfasts for the price. But what they want for a franchise is way too much for me.

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