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Finding Your Mojos at Shakey's!

Shakey's is not just popular for its pizza but also for its appetizing Chicken 'N' Mojos. This inseparable pair is perfect for lunch, dinner or when you simply want some snack in between.


Shakey's Chicken 'N' Mojos has built a legion of fans all over the country especially with its distinct flavors of herbs and spices. The chicken itself has that crispy delicious skin whilst till having that tender and juicy meat. Of course, there's also the perfectly cooked and yummy mojos for that protein and carbs pairing.


Chicken 'N' Mojos is available in Solo (3 pcs), Buddy (5 pcs), Family (7 pcs), Party (12 pcs), and Blowout (20 pcs) packs.

It can be eaten solo or shared with a friend or family members. And what's great about it is that with Shakey's Chicken 'N' Mojo, even the picky eater won't be able to resist it.

More info about Shakey's other food offerings on: Shakey's Philippines

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