NEW YORK--Forbes recently interviewed Filipino Chef Dale Talde of Brooklyn about the rising popularity of Filipino food with the opening of Jollibee last October 27 in Manhattan near Port Authority.
In the interview, Jose Minana, Jollibee Foods Corporation’s (JFC) Group President for North America has acknowledged Manhattan as a milestone location, especially since it is the melting pot of people from different backgrounds and culture.
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The Jollibee Manhattan menu includes Filipino staples like Jolly Spaghetti, Chickenjoy and Peach Mango Pie, as well as items not available locally like chicken sandwich and chicken dippers.
Last week, Filipinos lined up for Jollibee's first store in London, some of whom came from other parts of Europe. The company opened its first store, located in Milan, Italy in the continent last May.