MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) — Local wings joint Frankie’s New York Buffalo Wings is slowly getting back to business (ish) by reopening their Kapitolyo, Pasig City branch for delivery orders via GrabFood, starting Thursday, April 16. The homegrown food chain also reopened their City Golf branch on April 23 and the Crossroads BGC and UP Town Center branches on April 27.
Customers can place their orders from 9 am to 3 pm or 3:30 pm daily, choosing from a limited menu of Frankie’s wings, boneless chicken, and appetizers.
- Mozzarella sticks – P180
- Fish and chips – P209
- French fries – P100
- Twister fries – P120
- Onion rings – P130
The following wings flavors cost P229 for half a dozen and P429 for a dozen. Their garlic parmesan flavor costs P249 for half and P469 for whole orders.
- Classic buffalo
- Nagoya tebasaki
- Kevin’s bacon
- Hickory BBQ
- Smokey BBQ
- Honey mustard
- Honey garlic
- Cheesy bacon
- Salted egg
- Caribbean jerk
- Wicked wasabi
- Salt and pepper
Their boneless wings with rice meal is available in the same flavors for P219, except for the garlic parmesan, which costs P229.
Takeout and pick-up transcations are not allowed, to ensure that everyone stays at home.
No cutlery and gloves will also be given, for sanitary purposes. Frankie’s assured the public that proper food safety and hygiene is being implemented in their kitchen.
In their Taguig City branch, for instance, employees wear protective gear and food delivery riders must wear masks and go through a foot bath before they enter the store.
Frankie’s closed down all of their branches on Tuesday, March 17, following the implementation of the Luzon-wide “enhanced community quarantine” to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. – Rappler.com
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