First look inside Edinburgh’s brand new Jollibee fast food outlet as fans line up for hours

One of the world’s most popular fast food restaurants opened its first restaurant in Edinburgh today, with queues outside 9am.

Jollibee, an Asian fast food chain, launched its first Edinburgh store on Princes Street this morning, much to the delight of locals who gathered ahead of the grand opening.

Luckily for us, we were able to take some pictures of the interior and surroundings of Jollibee.

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Specializing in chicken, burgers and spaghetti, the restaurant also attracts customers with its global group and quirky retro decor.

The chain currently operates 120 locations worldwide, opening its Princes Street store a month after opening a location in Glasgow.

Jollibee offers traditional fast food, as well as takeout and delivery options.

The company’s bestsellers include: the Chickenjoy – a crispy fried chicken prepared with a family secret marinade, Jolly Spaghetti, prepared with a sweet Filipino-inspired sauce and layers of cheese and hot dog slices, and the Jollibee Chicken Burger, priced at just £3.99.

In addition to offering customers the option of sit-in and go, Jollibee will also offer food delivery services, giving customers the chance to try their iconic selection from the comfort of their own home.

Although the menu is limited to burgers, chicken, and fries, each dish is bursting with flavor and presented in a tantalizing mansion.

Image of some Jollibee foods
Some of the restaurant’s signature dishes include Sriracha Chicken Loaded Fries and Jolly Spaghetti.

Jollibee also offers customers mini sundaes, with the Mango Coconut and Chocolate Coconut flavored tubs featuring vanilla soft serve ice cream and nut chip sauce. of coconut.

A selection of sauces are also available that go beyond the usual tomato ketchup and barbecue sauce, including sriracha mayonnaise, sweet chili sauce, Asian ginger chili sauce and garlic mayonnaise.

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Queues seen outside the restaurant before their morning opening time this morning were seen stretching into the distance as dozens of hungry foodies crowded together enthusiastically, braving the snowy weather.

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