A new chicken wings restaurant has opened at The Oracle in Reading.
Wingstop is the latest addition to the mall and will be the 11th restaurant in the country, following the recent opening of the South Kensington branch last year.
Diners will enjoy a range of classic wings, boneless wings and fillets, which are cooked to order and mixed by hand with a range of 10 different flavors.
The Oracle branch opened on Friday April 16 and is a two-level restaurant located at the Broad Street entrance to the mall.
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When fully open, it will seat 70 people – but for now, it’s open for take-out, click and collect, or delivery through Deliveroo.
The new site has already generated a number of jobs for people in Reading and more roles will be introduced once restrictions on indoor dining are lifted – which is expected to happen on May 17.
Tom Grogan, co-founder of Lemon Pepper Holdings, who runs the company, said: “We are very happy to open a Wingstop restaurant in Reading.
“We are touched by the incredible response our brand and product has received from guests in London and we are equally excited to be a part of the Reading community. “
Wingstop was founded in 1994 in Dallas, America.
It currently has more than 1,500 locations around the world.
Fast food lovers in Reading can look forward to another new offering when the new Wendy’s restaurant opens later this year.