Ultimate Fight Chow: Frankie’s Buffalo Wings

This is your guide to getting your Ultimate Fight Chow at Frankie’s Buffalo Wings!

Good day, Drifters, and welcome to the very first edition of the Ultimate Fight Chow! In this new series, we talk about your must-have fight companion, the one thing that makes watching MMA action that much better–that’s right, we’re talking about food. So put your bibs on and slip on those gloves, because things are about to get messy!

Signature Move
Every MMA athlete has a signature move–Rousey has the armbar, McGregor has the left straight. And at Frankie’s Wings, you can count on its signature Frankie’s Classic Buffalo Wings (P188 half dozen, P348 dozen) to provide the finish.

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This item is offered in three levels of spiciness and we got ours at the basic level. It packs just enough heat but won’t have you sweating bullets. You get the one-two combination of that sweet, tangy jab in the skin, followed by a right straight of succulent chicken to close out each bite. No-nonsense, straight to the point, and reliable–that’s what you get in their signature dish.

Triple threat
Striking, wrestling, and submission grappling–excel in all three and you’ll be tough to beat, just like Frankie’s best-seller: Wings World (P348). This dish of a dozen wings comes with three flavors: Smokey Barbecue, Garlic Parmesan, and Nagoya Tebasaki.

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The clash of Smokey Barbecue’s thick and sweet finish, Garlic Parmesan’s salty, buttery coating, and Nagoya Tabasaki’s sweet and savory flavor make for a killer triple threat. Order a cold beer to go with it and you can do no wrong!

Strong Fundamentals
As any martial artist worth his salt will tell you: The most important part of learning martial arts are the fundamentals. The basics. The foundation. The base where you’ll build your skill set on. Without good fundamentals, you’re setting yourself up for failure.

The same goes for food. Doing it right at its basic form is worth more than the fancy extras that seem to invade the culinary scene nowadays. And that is why Frankie’s New York Buffalo Wings gets a Unanimous Decision win on our scorecards.

Often times, the problem with wings is there’s a tradeoff between having great tasting skin but flavorless meat, or juicy meat but mediocre skin. With Frankie’s, that’s far from the case.

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Of course, there are other flavors to choose from–a dozen, actually–which is why we’ll be catching our live UFC action at Frankie’s Wings, always hungry for more.

Frankie’s Wings can be located at City Golf Plaza from 11AM to 3AM (4AM Friday & Saturday), SM Megamall, SM Aura, Crossroads BGC from 11AM to 3AM (4AM Friday & Saturday), and SM North EDSA. You can contact them at +63(2)6871250 or at www.frankiesnywings.com.

George Pastor

Amateur baker by day, MMA news writer by night, Judoka during the weekends. Will name his future son after his man-crush, GSP. Moonlights as content creator for Tap.Nap.Snap. Your MMA Recap. Seriously, he makes good macaroons.
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