Golden Menu: Popeyes Serves 24 Karat Chicken Wings dipped in champagne, coated in 24-karat gold batter. We all know Popeyes the American multinational chain of fried chicken fast food restaurants founded in 1972 in New Orléans, Louisiana for the famous Louisiana Kitchen recipe for Fried Chicken and the famous biscuit.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen has changed the game by introducing a new limited-time menu item that truly will blow your mind but just imagine that you are eating a new golden fried chicken. I am not kidding you can buy today 24 Karat Chicken Wings dipped in champagne, coated in 24-karat gold batter that not shine brightly as gold but also taste gold with the same spicy recipe original flavor of the Louisiana Kitchen we all already know on the marketplace.
The restaurant chain since Thursday, October 4th, 2018 reinvent themselves by tasting on a limited 4 locations a new dish that is beyond what the company already serves in the past, for something totally new. Don’t get me wrong you always find the Popeyes Chicken & Biscuit as good as it always been but now the company put a golden touch on it.
So now you can find all your Popeyes Menu Serves on 24 Karat marinade golden dust presentation dipped in champagne, coated in 24-karat gold batter, I mean all the all from: BONAFIDE CHICKEN, TENDERS, SEAFOOD, SANDWICHES & WRAPS, LIVE WELL, FAMILY & KIDS’ MEALS, SIGNATURE SIDES, plus the SIGNATURE SAUCES and DESSERTS at the same old low affordable price.
This move is crazy and changes the fried chicken restaurant business for real, for now, Popeyes’s locations cooking up the special recipe are in New York City at 75 Lexington Avenue location, New Orleans, Anaheim, California, and Elizabeth, New Jersey. Depending on consumer demand, Popeyes would consider bringing the gold-battered dish to more locations in the future, the company says.
I have to tell you that the new Elizabeth, N.J Popeyes location, which opened in last August, is Popeyes’ 3,000th restaurant in the chain. and the company is still gowning, so far Popeyes the Luisiana Kitcken Inc is the faster New Orleans-style fast food nationwide.
Popeyes president Alex Santoro said in a statement because of our customer have supported us for years “We wanted to share this celebration with our fans, so our chefs cooked up something extra special for them,” The chain has locations in 30 countries. “It’s a fun way for guests to celebrate this milestone right along with us.”
The 24-Karat Champagne Wings come as part of Popeyes’ Boneless Wing Bash, which includes six boneless wings, a choice of side dish, and a biscuit for $5 while supplies last.
Popeyes does this move to show the public the brand is strong but also to send a signal to is competitors that everyone can afford a golden fried chicken meal in their restaurant who treat them as king and queen.
This a bold move, because that price is a lot more economical than the 24-karat gold, dusted wings that hit the menu earlier this year at two locations of The Ainsworth restaurant in New York City who sold for $45 for 10 wings or $1,000 for 50 wings and a bottle of champagne. The Ainsworth said each 50-piece wing order incorporated $200 worth of gold dust.
Now Popeyes bring the golden rings to the people and way cheaper with a better taste, we all know if it’s a Louisiana Kitchen original spicy classic recipe, I will end this article here now because I got to eat my golden wings and my Popeyes Chicken Biscuit before it gets cold.