Jollibee’s Iconic Outlet At Lucky Plaza Level 6 Has Officially Closed After 10 Years

Unfortunately, Jollibee’s iconic outlet at level 6 of Lucky Plaza has officially closed after 10 years. However, fret not as you can still head to their other outlet at Basement 1 as well as their other branches for a taste of their incredible fried chicken.


Jollibee Outlet At Lucky Plaza Has Officially Closed

Photo: Khun C (Google Maps)

Jollibee opened its first Singapore outlet at Lucky Plaza Level 6 in 2013 and became an iconic fast food spot for Filipinos and locals alike.

Image: Jollibee Singapore (Facebook)

It was announced on Nov 30 on their Facebook that they will be moving out of their space at level 6.

Photo: Jollibee Singapore (Facebook)

Despite not stating a reason for its closure, Mr Dennis M Flores, the president of Jollibee Europe, Middle East, Asia, and Australia (EMEAA) stated, “We are grateful for the Singaporean community’s continued support, and we look forward to expanding further in the country and the greater EMEAA region,”.

There are currently 16 outlets in Singapore, including a drive-thru and takeaway kiosk at Jurong West Caltex station.

Cover Photo: Khun C (Google Maps), Jollibee Singapore (Facebook)

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