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Yellow Cab Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Two New Pizza Flavors

Yellow Cab releases two limited edition pizza flavors in line with their 20th anniversary- NY-Style Thin Crust Charlie Chan Pizza and Hot Chix Pizza. 


These two new flavors are packed with the same Edge-to-Edge Toppings on a lighter crust, giving your tastebuds a unique experience, combining a light, chewy, and crisp on the edges texture. Mouthwateringly delicious!

Charlie Chan Pizza- The iconic pasta, now on a pizza! Juicy, boneless chicken thigh fillets tossed in their original sweet and spicy sauce mixed with shiitake, sweet onions, and crunchy peanuts on their NY-Style Thin Crust. This is an Edge-to-Edge Pizza you wouldn't want to miss out on!


Hot Chix Pizza - Say hellow to the new Hot Chix Pizza! Boneless chicken bites- fried then coated in Yellow Cab's Signature Spicy Sauce- on a bed of cool and tangy ranch base! Chicken and space? That is what makes the absolutely perfect slice!


Yellow Cab's Charlie Chan Pizza and Hot Chix Pizza will be available on a limited run from April 17 to June 30, 2021 and will come in 9", 12", and 15" sizes with prices starting at P340. This is valid for dine-in, take-out, curbside pick-up, drive-thru, and delivery.


For more details on Yellow Cab's promotions, you may visit: Yellow Cab Pizza and FB Yellow Cab Pizza Co

 

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