|Fried Chicken with Palabok|
You can order it with some interesting sides like Palabok, a noodle dish with chicharon, pork, shrimp, boiled eggs and their version is very tasty. Or try it with spaghetti. The Filipino version of spaghetti is much sweeter than the Italian and traditionally has chopped up wieners in the sauce. Not my
|Fried Chicken with Spaghetti|
personal favorite but popular at Jollibee and their version is not too sweet. I know that seems odd but don't try to compare it to Italian Bolognese and it is quite tasty. Other than that, their gravy is pretty decent, with onion and celery notes. They have burgers, a decent breakfast and more.
Personally, I wouldn't drive to Seattle just for Jollibee (my partner would) but when we are down there we definitely make the stop. Also it is surrounded by a few other Filipino places like the grocery store Seafood City which has amazing fresh fish and some harder to find Filipino items, a couple of bakeries and least two more fast food places. If you are Filipino, you already know (sorry... stereotype again) and if you are not, you owe it to yourself to expand your cultural horizons!