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JFC opens first Michelin-starred Tim Ho Wan store in Shanghai’s Changning District

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JFC opens first Michelin-starred Tim Ho Wan store in Shanghai’s Changning District

SHANGHAI, China. July 19, 2021 – Jollibee Group opened its first Michelin-starred Tim Ho Wan restaurant in Shanghai’s Changning District last July 11 to a long line of customers. Located in Nanfeng City Shopping Mall, the new Tim Ho Wan branch is a few minutes’ drive from the Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport, which ranks among the busiest airports in China.

Customers lined-up to try the products of the critically acclaimed dim sum restaurant chain from Hong Kong. The new Tim Ho Wan branch boasts has two floors and an al fresco dining area to safely accommodate up to 126 customers

After debuting the first Tim Ho Wan branch in Mainland China in September 2020, Shanghai welcomed the mainland’s third Tim Ho Wan branch with a big crowd of people who were eager to try its authentic Hong Kong dim sum recipes. Its signature dishes—headlined by the Baked BBQ Pork Buns, Rice Rolls, and Pan-Fried Radish Cake—proved to be popular as always. The new branch features two floors and an alfresco dining area in order to safely accommodate up to 126 customers.

Jollibee China President Shirley Chang and Tim Ho Wan General Manager Alex Lau lead the opening of
Tim Ho Wan’s first branch in Shanghai’s Changning District.
The Jollibee Group is looking to open 100 restaurants in mainland China within the next four years

“We’re thrilled to continue expanding the Michelin-starred Tim Ho Wan in Mainland China. We are targeting to open 100 restaurants within the next four years,” said Jollibee Foods Corporation China President Shirley Chang.

Jollibee Group has entered into a joint venture agreement with the Tim Ho Wan Group to open and operate Tim Ho Wan restaurants in Mainland China. Three more branches of Tim Ho Wan are set to open by September in strategic locations in Shanghai’s Hongkou, Jing ‘an, and Minhang Districts.