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WingShack to reopen indoor dining at two sites on Monday

WingShack Co has today announced the full reopening of indoor dining at its site in Selfridges, London, (which launched in December 2020), and its original Loughton outlet in Essex on 17 May.

At WingShack, the menu pays homage to their speciality: chicken wings. These are not just ordinary wings, though, as the kitchen team use flavours from across the world to create their distinct, much-loved sauces.

Featuring everything from classic marinades like BBQ and Southern Fried Chicken, guests can also enjoy: Mango Mazzaline, a sweet mango sauce; Jarv’s Tangy Buffalo; and, exclusively for the Selfridges branch, a new honey mustard sauce that is yellow and features black mustard seeds – a nod to the company’s renowned colour scheme.

Veggies need not worry, as The Big Halloumi, The Edgy Veggie (traditional Greek halloumi, marinated portobello mushroom, tomato relish, hummus, sliced onion and fresh lettuce), and the Jackfruit Smoky BBQ Burger will satisfy any cravings for a gloriously messy bite.

There are sides like the fully loaded fries, Mac n’ cheese, halloumi fries, and fried plantain.

Also on offer is vegan wings, made from crispy fried jackfruit served with a choice of four sauces.

Following the overwhelming success of the brand's first opening in Loughton in 2018, WingShack slowly expanded across the capital, and can also be found in Clerkenwell, along with delivery kitchens in Canary Wharf, Camden and Bethnal Green.

Despite the hospitality industry facing enormous setbacks and restrictions due to the global pandemic, WingShack’s latest opening is some much-needed good news in these unprecedented times.