, Philippines
Source: JFC website

Philippines’ Jollibee Group relaunches Japanese restaurant Yoshinoya

Yoshinoya currently has more than 2,000 locations across the globe.

Philippines’ Joliibee Group has relaunched Japanese restaurant Yoshinoya with the re-opening of its store in one of the country’s major shopping centres, Glorietta 1, this August.

“Japanese food lovers in the metro are in for a treat. We will give our customers the authentic Yoshinoya experience, as if they were dining in Yoshinoya Japan,” Ned Bandojo, Business Development Head of Jollibee Group Foreign Franchised Brands, said.

“This forms part of our commitment to offer Filipinos with great tasting food and make Yoshinoya the No. 1 Japanese quick service restaurant in the country.”

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The restaurant is know for its beef bowl, or gyudon, tempura, chicken karaage, chicken teriyaki and beef yakiniku amongst other Japanese favorites. 

The Jollibee Group formed a joint venture with Yoshinoya Jollibee Foods, Inc. to operate Yoshinoya stores in the Philippines; and eventually expand it to a 50 store network.

Yoshinoya currently has more than 2,000 stores globally.

 

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