Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Tested&Tasted: Jollibee Crispy Wings

Have you ever had that situation where in you wanted to eat chicken for snacks? I do experience that most of the time. I'd end up eating rice as well because it's a meal and disregarding it would be a waste. If you can relate with me, worry not. Jollibee introduces their "crispy wings" meal which we can enjoy at any time of the day be it breakfast, lunch, dinner and even merienda. In addition to that, it only costs P70.

It's two crispy chicken wings at a lesser price. Something new brought to us by Jollibee. If you want it to be a heavy meal, go for the rice and if you wanted to have it as your snacks, go for the fries as its partner. The choice is yours. Amazing, right?


When this was introduced at SM Davao, everybody was given a taste of their delicious and oh so crispy chicken wings for free. I know a lot of people were surprised when the staff of Jollibee suddenly started to groove and it was only after Mr. Rovic Cuasito's spiel that they were informed that Jollibee indeed would let them taste their newest addition to their menu.

And for another sursprise *drum roll* Behold, Jollibee's Crispy Wings Hour. I'm glad to inform you that every Friday, from 3pm to 4pm, Jollibee is giving away free samples of the Jollibee Crispy Wings—its newest and crispiest snack offering yet—to all dining customers in 120 participating stores nationwide.


Photo ops with Sir Rovic Cuasito

I'm not a fan of this chicken part --- wings. However, Jollibee's Crispy Wings is an exception. They are  rolled on a different breading which makes it taste more like a snack that a viand. The invited Davao bloggers were given two options for the sauce: Lumpiang shanghai sauce and  sweet and spicy. It actually tastes good with either of the two. Moreover, the chicken is surprisingly crispy so I'm rating it 4/5.

For more information you can reach them at this sites:
Jollibee Website

Pau <3


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