Jollibee Tuna Pie

Unfortunately, when I first had a taste of the goodness of Jollibee Tuna Pie it was on its last week on their menu last 2-3 years ago.

Jollibee Tuna Pie

I tried looking for it on other branches but they no longer have the Tuna Pie. 🙁

Fortunately, I was very hungry after a movie in Robinsons Puerto Princesa that I hurriedly went to Jollibee. Lo and behold there it was on their menu. Just a little spot that blinks with a 40-60 Pesos price. It was not easily noticeable unless you’re a fan of the Jollibee Tuna Pie.

So I ordered. I ordered 6 pieces!!! I ate one inside Jollibee and I took home 5 more. Turns out the people inside the house was also looking for it for years now. So together we devoured this oversized-looking “peach mango pie” but with cheesy tuna goodness.

I tried looking on other branches in Puerto Princesa and Manila but only the Robinsons in Puerto Princesa currently has them.

Thinking about it makes me want to go back to Puerto Princesa. A little more patience. Next week, I’ll be going back. 😀

Jollibee’s Crunchy Chicken Burger


Jollibee Crunchy Chicken Burger

I’m sorry Big Bee, but I was disappointed with the Jollibee Crunchy Chicken Burger. I was excited at first because it was something new but the mayonnaise was too much that it conquered the taste and texture of the Crunchy Chicken. Maybe lessening the mayonnaise would be a good idea.

Jollibee Crunchy Chicken Burger

Price: 39 Pesos

Taste: 5/10
Texture: 5/10
Value for your Money: 7/10

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Favor from Jollibee

During one of my food trippings inside Jollibee at SM Masinag, I saw a lot of this small sign.

Jollibee Favor

Apparently, there are a lot of people who do not respect others belongings.

Reusable wares such as metal spoon and fork, and plastic plates lessens the impact to the environment by having lesser solid waste. Much better than using disposable plastic spoon and fork, and styrofoam plates. Let us help fast food chains and restaurants like Jollibee help the environment by not stealing their reusable wares.

A little reminder from the Ten Commandments “Thou shalt not steal” – Exodus 20:15