If you’re a ‘90s kid, you’re probably familiar with Jollibee’s Honey Beef Rice. It is one of the few items in their menu that many of us miss the most. But you don’t have to anymore because Jollibee has just brought it back in their menu!
This sweet and savory rice bowl has a generous serving of tender beef strips coated in sweet honey soy sauce and topped with onions! What makes it more addictive is the sweet and a bit tangy taste of beef. Some described it as a sweeter version of beefsteak or bistek. (Read: Hey, 90’s Kids! Don’t You Wish These Fast Food Items Would Make A Comeback?)
Where to get it
While everyone is happy in this well-deserved comeback, here’s a reminder that Jollibee’s Honey Beef Rice is a seasonal item only. It is available in select Jollibee branches in Bayani Road, BGC Triangle, Macapagal Biopolis, Legarda Bustillos, and Madrigal.
It costs PHP 149 for an ala carte order and PHP 169 for an added drink. You can also share this “bowl full of tenderness” with your family or squad! It is available in family pan size at PHP 825 good for six pax and PHP 1,056 good for eight pax. Prices may vary depending on the branch. (Read: Have You Tried These Jollibee Items in Other Countries?)
You can get it through takeout and delivery via the Jollibee delivery website, mobile app, delivery hotline, or GrabFood and Foodpanda. So, millennials and Gen Z, grab a bowl now if you can!
Tuna pies are back for good
And in more good news, Jollibee recently announced in a Facebook post that their original and spicy Tuna Pies are now a permanent item on the menu as well! Yes, you heard it right, both flavors are finally here to stay!
The crunchy and creamy tuna pies are usually unavailable and are only reintroduced during the Lenten Season. (Read: Hey, We Can’t Help But Relate to These ‘Kwentong Jollibee’ Stories!)
The original flavor costs PHP 45 and the spicy flavor costs PHP 49. You can also get them as a trio pack for PHP 132!
It is available to order for take-out, drive-thru, and delivery via Jollibee’s delivery website, mobile app, hotline, GrabFood, or Foodpanda.