Destination Eats launches 'Wing It’ to strengthen company’s cloud kitchen concept in Thailand

General Press Releases Monday June 1, 2020 09:34
Bangkok--1 Jun--Destination Eats

Part of Asia’s leading hospitality operator, the Destination Group, Destination Eats launches 'Wing It’, another vibrant food delivery brand in Bangkok allowing customers to enjoy chicken wings with a wide variety of delicious flavours, sides and more at home with reasonable prices.

'Launching after the successful launch of the famous American restaurant brand 'Big Boy’ recently, 'Wing It’ also follows the critical steps of success to establish the cloud kitchen concept in Thailand’ said Mr Gary Murray, CEO of Destination Group. 'We are delighted to introduce more virtual kitchen brands into the market as we think that customers have the right for various delicious food choices especially now that delivery business in Bangkok is popular’ Mr Murray added.

Where flavour gets its wings, 'Wing It’ features various types of wings such as original wings, boneless wings and buttermilk wings which customers can pick different flavours for up to 12 flavours such as Garlic soy, Mango curry, Mojito rub, Smoked cheese, Buffalo, Jerk rub, Jim Jaew, Tom Yum, Lemon Pepper, Satay, Spicy BBQ and Garlic Parmesan. In addition, with only THB 29 per side dish, customers can also add side dishes such as Quinoa salad, Cajun fried corn, Loaded fries, Cauliwings and more.

Delivering flavours to your door - Starting 1 June, 2020 onwards, 'Wing It’ is available daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. for delivery only and price starts from THB 149 for 6 pieces/wings, customers can order Wing It chicken wings via 064 197 4457, visit the website at or see the menu via

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