Bing Boy – New Spring Menu

With the warmer months steadily approaching, Bing Boy will be releasing a new menu which will be available in all South Australian stores from next week. The menu features new flavoured bings, gluten free wraps, bing in a bowls and dumplings.

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The new menu offers something for everyone with fresh, succulent ingredients. The trend these days is to eat healthy, and the new menu will provide customers with much needed nutrients to keep people up and about.

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Bing Boy has added 5 new flavoured bing’s which are filled with new invigorating flavours. The Gangnam Styling is a hearty Korean style bulgogi beef bing with spicy kimchi to liven things up, pickled carrot, crisp baby spinach and finished with okonomi sauce. It’s tasty and healthy without the guilt. The Meaty Eating is perfect for the carnivores – packed with smoked bacon, spicy pork sausage, cheese, crisp baby spinach, cabbage, all drizzled with okonomi sauce. It’s set to be a crowd pleaser!

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Bing Boy strives to provide everyone with delicious and nutritious meals, and we’re sure this new menu is going to be popular with customers. For those that want to enjoy Bing Boy at home, the spring rolls and dumplings are available in frozen take home packs.

Bing Boy’s new menu will available at all South Australian stores from next week. It’s healthy and nutritious, and the business prides itself on being the go to destination for health conscious meals.

 

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