CHOOKS-TO-GO TO OPEN NEW RESTO AT SM CITY ROXAS ON JAN. 7 

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Chooks-to-Go, a 100% Filipino-owned company and the largest roasted chicken retail business in the country, is welcoming the year with a bang as it is set to open a new branch at the 2nd level of SM City Roxas on January 7, 2023, Saturday.

Chooks-to-Go lovers can now indulge themselves with the store’s only roast chicken that can be enjoyed without the use of sauce in a well-lit and spacious location at the mall.

The restaurant also offers a new menu to choose from that includes Chooks! Krispy Kare Kare, Chooks! Classic Beef Pares Mami, Chooks! Spaghetti, that are all available for dine-in and take-out. 

In addition to these new offerings, guests can visit the restaurant to order other menu favorites that include Chooks! Oven-roasted chicken, Palabok, Sisig, and all your classic Pinoy favorites accompanied with flavorful iced beverages, a reminder of warmer months to come.

Visit Chooks-to-Go at SM City Roxas and indulge in their best-selling roasted chicken.

For more updates on store openings, promos, and events, check out SM City Roxas on Facebook.

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