Friday, December 15, 2006

What the hell is wrong with Me?

Why have I abandoned the craziness that is Jollibee? There are likely deeply rooted psychological issues that I haven't the time to explore here. But in honor of 500 posts of nonsense, we return to a classic for the next three days: Kneel before the Insect/Chef/God Jollibee.
There is a new, extra affordable value meal on the Jollibee menu, and it is a delicious sulit-sarap dish for all rice meal lovers. Satisfy that curious palate and be among the first to try the new Jollibee Arroz Cubana, the Filipino fastfood chain’s sumptuous version of the famous Spanish dish.

If you don’t feel like bringing your baon and if you’re looking for something more than the usual fastfood fare, Jollibee’s latest offering is the way to go. A combination of flavorful ground beef with fresh green peas, corn and carrots, sunny-side-up egg, fried-golden bananas, and steaming white rice, Jollibee Arroz Cubana gives Pinoy fastfood-lovers an affordably filling and sulit-sarap lunch or dinner option.

Now available in Jollibee stores nationwide, Arroz Cubana is a rich eating experience that is easy on the wallet. For only P45, get a Regular Solo Plate, or add P20 to get the Large Solo Plate and enjoy additional ground beef and banana. The Solo dishes turn into Jollibee Value Meals complete with softdrinks, just by adding P10.

This new rice meal is offered any time of the day. Try out the new Jollibee Arroz Cubana, now!


Blogger Dr. Brazen Hussy said...

Heh. "Sulit-sarap" is almost "difficult breakfast" in Indonesian. And I think it is appropriate...

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