A new chicken wing shop has opened at Bluewater.
American chain Wingstop opened at the shopping centre on Friday July 24 and is now welcoming customers at its third UK location.
The eatery, which specialises in chicken wing, strips and platters, is known for its 10 unique flavours which include Spicy Korean Q.
Guests can take advantage of the government's Eat Out To Help Out scheme at the restaurant.
It will be located next to McDonald's and Nando's in the Winter Garden section of the Greenhithe shopping centre.
Diners will also be able to have some fun while eating in the future as the site has installed a "state-of-the-art gaming suite," after teaming up with Xbox, which has more than 100 games to choose from, including Forza Horizon 4, Minecraft and Rocket League.
However, this section of the restaurant is currently closed due to safety guidlines around the coronavirus pandemic.
Senior centre director of Bluewater Robert Goodman said: “We are excited to welcome Wingstop to our increasingly diverse food offering at Bluewater and know that it will be a real-hit with guests thanks to its excellent range of flavours.”
The restaurant has also taken a number of measures to ensure guests are as safe as possible when visiting.
These include hand sanitiser points throughout the centre, a one-way system to ensure social distancing is maintained and floor stickers and signs to reminds people to keep a safe distance.
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