The name comes from the words “Jollibee” (the popular Philippine fastfood chain) and “Jeepney” (the Philippine mass transportation). The famous “Jollijeep” is a familiar metal cubes on wheels along the side streets of Makati Central Business District.
Jollijeep offers food that are much cheaper and with more variety for breaksfast, lunch and snacks. With less than 50 pesos (US$1) you can get a full meal with a rice, one viand and a desert. This is where you can see long-sleeved and high-heeled employees eat standing (because it doesn’t have any table or chair). Here you have to eat quickly to make a way for the next hungry person. They serve your foods in paper plates, plastic utensils or anything that minimize the dish-washing.
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