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By Jamie Stewart
The Shafter Press 

Frosty King wears the crown well

 

February 21, 2019 | View PDF

Jamie Stewart | The Shafter Press

Frosty King's current location on Central Valley Highway.

One of the kings of fast food in Shafter has to be Frosty King located on Central Valley Highway, next to the City Hall buildings.

Owner Sammy Ayash has been serving the community for over a decade, keeping his customers happy and satisfied.

Frosty King gained a following at its original location on Central Valley Highway, where the AM/PM minimart sits now. When it was apparent the property was being sold, Hayash found a new location, and the restaurant was built and opened in short order

A big difference between the locations was the New York Deli portion that was added to the Frosty King family. The sandwiches are made fresh to order -- you ask for it, and it will be built. The meats are top quality, and the veggies are cut fresh daily.

Iff you are in the mood for a burger, fries and a frosty milkshake, or you want a fresh sandwich, you are covered here. Another plus is the $1 large sodas.

The staff at Frosty King is very friendly and treat you like family. They know you by name, and know what regular customers want before you can order. There also has been big additions to the menu. In addition to one of the best pastrami sandwiches in town, they now offer a varied selection of teriyaki dishes, including beef teriyaki, chicken and shrimp, in a bowl or as a full dinner.

When it comes to dessert, there is a selection of items, including Blizzards, sundaes, shakes, freezes and special desserts, such as the brownie sundae or the strawberry shortcake.

Hayash said that he never had any doubt that he was going to find a new location and rebuild. "Shafter has been very good to me and my family. We love the people and the whole community. We hope to be here for a lot of years to come."

 

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