Wingstop flys into Riyadh for its KSA debut
The chicken wing-focused restaurant has opened a flagship venue in Saudi Arabia
Wingstop has opened a flagship venue in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
As part of a franchise agreement to open 100 stores in the Middle East, hospitality company HB Brands, led by founder and chairman Hamdan Al Bader, has brought the American chicken wing brand, to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Each item on the menu is made to order and comes with hand-cut fries made fresh from potatoes sourced in Saudi Arabia. Staying true to its Texan heritage, Wingstop’s wings are available in 11 flavours to suit all tastes, and the franchise also serves a wide range of drinks and mocktails to complement its dishes.
HB Brands COO, Martin Venter said in a statement: “After spotting a gap in the market, we knew Wingstop would ‘fly’ in the Middle East. All our recipes are original — from Cajun and classic to mango habanero and hickory smoked barbeque, we’ve stayed true to the delicious flavours that make Wingstop’s chicken wings so irresistible. There’s simply nothing like Wingstop in KSA.”
On top of its variety of chicken wing flavours, Wingstop’s menu is well-priced making it an affordable, family-friendly fast food outlet.