Japanese fast food chain Tokyo Tokyo said today that it will start serving three flavors of chicken wings in all of its stores nationwide.
The Japanese-style chicken wings called Tokyo Wings are now available in three flavors: Black Pepper, Teriyaki, and Sriracha.
Apparently the black pepper option will see the wings covered in a rich, savory glaze that’s lightly spiced with black pepper. Meanwhile, the teriyaki wings is prepared with classic teriyaki sauce with a hint of Togarashi, a Japanese seasoning primarily comprised of finely ground dried red peppers.
Those who want something spicier can opt for the Sriracha wings, which taste like the hot sauce with hints of garlic flavor.
These chicken wings are served in bento boxes priced at PHP180 (US$3.43) for four pieces; a platter priced at PHP200 (US$3.81) for six pieces; and the Sample Platter (PHP400/US$7.62) for 12 pieces, with four wings of each flavor.
The first Tokyo Tokyo branch opened in the Philippines in 1985. It now has over 60 stores nationwide.