The world-famous Filipino fast-food restaurant, Jollibee, has announced its plan to come to Quebec and other provinces of Canada!\nIf you're too impatient for it to get here, you can always visit its Toronto location -make sure to prepare for some of the most delicious fried chicken you have ever experienced.\nFind out when this chain restaurant plans to make its way to la belle province below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nJollibee, a world-famous Filipino fast-food restaurant has officially announced an expansion into major Canadian markets, including plans to come to Quebec, Ontario, and British Columbia. By 2023, Jollibee plans to open some 100 franchises across Canada.\nJollibee is the largest fast-food chain in the Philippines, outpacing McDonald's, with over 1,400 restaurants across the country. Since the company entered the U.S.-Canada market, it has seen unprecedented growth, opening multiple locations in Ontario and Alberta. By 2023, the company hopes to have 250 stores in North America. Jollibee has over 5,800 stores in 35 countries across the world.\nWhen the franchise first arrived in Toronto, people lined up around the block to get a taste of Jollibee's chicken. It's a staple fast-food for many people around the world and in Canada, people can't seem to get enough. Jollibee will open its fourth location in Toronto this December.\nJollibee chicken is famous for its large buckets of chicken, delicious gravy, burgers, and pasta. Everyone raves about how juicy and delicious the chicken is and the spaghetti with ham and hot dogs is renowned.\nThere's no specific opening date in Quebec as of yet, but Jollibee representatives tell MTL Blog that "additional areas of focus in the coming year will include Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta, British Columbia, and Quebec."\nJollibee has a simple menu that's loved by people around the world. Favourites include the Jolly Chicken and the Jolly Pasta as well as the Palabok Fiesta and their famous Aloha Yumburgers.\nView this post on Instagram Fill your day with a Chickenjoy Bucket filled with joy! A post shared by Jollibee (@jollibee) on Jan 29, 2019 at 7:00pm PST\nIn Toronto, people flocked to Jollibee's to get the first taste. Line-ups began as early as 8 a.m at the most recent Toronto opening.\nPeople are lining up bright and early for the opening of the new Jollibee in #Toronto pic.twitter.com/B6Qkz70CVm— blogTO (@blogTO) September 6, 2019\nThere are currently 7 restaurants across Canada in Ontario, Manitoba, and Alberta. By 2023, Jollibee plans to have 100 locations across Canada.\nREAD ALSO: Poutineville Has 2 New Holiday Poutines & They're Like A Whole Christmas Meal In One Pile\nThere is no specific opening date in Quebec, but when there is one, Jollibee will be highly-anticipated. Across the continent, Jollibee's operates 46 stores.\nView this post on Instagram Get a load of this Hawaiian, Pineapple-beefy langhap-sarap Amazing Aloha Yumburger! ❤️ A post shared by Jollibee (@jollibee) on Dec 6, 2018 at 7:00pm PST\nJollibee's unique spin on fast-food will likely be warmly welcomed in Montreal. We love Asian food here, especially when fried chicken is part of the menu.\nView this post on Instagram Do you remember your first bite of the Choco Mallow Pie? 😍 A post shared by Jollibee (@jollibee) on Jan 8, 2018 at 11:10pm PST\nWe're really excited about Jollibee's arrival in Quebec! Fingers crossed that it comes to Montreal.\nView this post on Instagram Bring home JOY this Christmas! 🎄 A post shared by Jollibee (@jollibee) on Dec 22, 2017 at 1:07am PST\nStay tuned for more updates on Jollibee's in Quebec, right here on MTL Blog!