Filipino multinational fast-food chain Jollibee is set to launch in Scotland, rolling out the first two stores in Edinburgh and Glasgow.
The Edinburgh store is scheduled to open its doors this Thursday (February 24) at Princes Street, followed by the Glasgow store, set to open on March 25. The two restaurants will serve halal meat to cater to local communities.
“This is an important moment for us as we introduce Jollibee to Scotland with not only one but two restaurants launching within a month, showing our commitment to expand in Europe,” said Ernesto Tanmantiong, CEO at Jollibee Group.
The two Scotland locations will target the large student communities and young customers in the two cities as the company has experienced “huge success” among this customer segment in other markets.
Founded in 1978, the fast-food chain has more than 1500 restaurants across 17 countries and territories, including Canada, Singapore, Vietnam, the UK, and the US.