Wings and Onion Rings Is the New 8 Cuts Combo You Didn't Know You Needed

They now have eight you can choose from!

( No burgers place is really complete without wings—8 Cuts has the craving covered with their Good Ol' Hot Fried (and exclusive flavors at their Greenbelt branch), but they've decided to expand the lineup and frankly, no one's complaining. The burger joint now offers eight different chicken-wings flavors to choose from: Aside from the Good Ol' Hot Fried, you can now have formerly exclusive-to-Greenbelt flavors like Them Buffalo and Garlic Parm in all branches plus Spiced K-Pop, Smok'n BBQ, Big Cheese, and special flavors Truffle Honey and Dear Rosemary.


 Spiced K-Pop



Truffle Honey


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Dear Rosemary


Besides the standard half-dozen (P245/classic, P265/special) and dozen (P485/two classic flavors, P525/two classic or special flavors), you can also get your wings with sides. The point of dropping by 8 Cuts is to, of course, get a burger, so we won't be surprised if you head straight for the Wings and Beef (P345) with 1/4lb Cheeseburger and three wings. You also can't go wrong with Skinny Fries (add P60), though did you really eat at 8 Cuts if you didn't have the Onion Rings (add P70)? But, if the idea of eating flavored wings without rice just feels wrong, 8 Cuts has your back with Yellow Rice (add P35). Don't forget to throw in a dip: Choose from Blue Cheese Lime (P25), House Ranch (P25), and Red Pepper Ranch (P25).



Wings and Beef


Wings & Side (Onion Rings)


Wings & Side (Skinny Fries)


Dining solo? 8 Cuts' wings combos should be right up your alley: The Wings & Rice (P260) with four pieces of wings and yellow rice should make for a filling and budget-friendly lunch, or you can get your hands dirty with the Wings & Side (P285) which will get you four pieces of wings and your choice between onion rings and Skinny Fries.



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