Zaxby’s, the Athens, Georgia, USA-headquarterd fast-casual restaurant chain best known for chicken fingers, wings and signature sauces, is bringing out the sweet and the heat with Boneless Wings tossed in General Tso’s sauce served with a side of ranch, crinkle fries, Texas toast and a 22 oz. beverage. Offered at $6.49, the General Tso’s boneless wings meal is available for a limited time until February 28.
“General Tso’s is Far-Eastern flavor with a kick from down South,” according to Joel Bulger, Zaxby’s chief marketing officer. “We have experimented with Asian-inspired cuisine and had huge success with our guests, who look to us for adventurous flavors and surprising combinations.”
General Tso’s sweet heat flavor profile was inspired by a culinary concept that combined Zaxby’s current wing sauces including Nuclear, BBQ and Teriyaki to make a new sauce that features flavors and ingredients including ginger, soy and sesame, red and habanero peppers, garlic and onion.
The QSR operator serves hand-breaded Chicken Fingerz and wings tossed in a variety of nine sauces. The menu also features four Zalads and eight sandwiches along with complementary Shareables including Fried White Cheddar Bites, Tater Chips and Spicy Fried Mushrooms.
The chain recently introduced a new Signature Sandwich in test markets with a choice of Zax Sauce or new Spicy Zax Sauce. The company has plans for a nationwide rollout.
General Tso’s boneless wings are available via drive-thru, delivery and curbside pick-up. Delivery prices and fees may vary. Zaxby’s dining rooms adhere to best practices in health and are reopening pursuant to local, state and federal guidelines.
Founded by childhood friends Zach McLeroy and Tony Townley in 1990, Zaxby’s has grown to more than 900 locations in 17 states