Jollibee Tukwila, Seattle

Nanzaro wanted a vacation in summer. He complained that everyone in the family had a vacation except him. So, Ben decided to bring him to Chicago since he had a $300 voucher from United Airlines from a previous flight that he was bumped.

Our flight was from Sea-Tac Airport and it was an early flight at 6:00AM. We started our journey on a Friday afternoon driving to Seattle. We had booked a night at a stay and park hotel near Sea-Tac Aiport.

The drive was not a smooth one. There was a traffic jam on I-5 as usual. Moreover, there was an accident near NE 80th st. We saw two fire engines and an injured person was just being loaded onto the ambulance when we passed the scene.


We came upon Westfield South Center and decided to stop for dinner. Nanzaro immediately picked Jollibee as he had been wanted to try this Filipino fast food chain. We were surprised to see such a big Filipino present in this mall. There is even a groceries shop that is mostly manned by Filipino. It just look like a Filipino town.


You order and pay at the counter and you will be given a pager to notify you when your food is ready.


The pager will lights up and vibrates when your food is ready for pickup.


Nanzaro ordered the Fried Chicken with Spaghetti combo.


Jollibee’s advertised it’s spaghetti as the meatiest and cheesiest. It’s sauce is sweetish with slices of savory ham and sausage and loaded with ground beef.


Credit card is accepted here.

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