Friday, June 30, 2017

Wingstop Malaysia @ The Curve

Having reputedly served nearly four billion chicken wings since 1994, from its birthplace in Texas to more than a thousand outposts that stretch from Ohio to Oregon, Wingstop lands in Malaysia this month with commanding credentials, seeking to stake out a position as a clear winner for chicken dinners.

Variety is the spice of this franchise: Choose from classic, breaded or boneless wings, or breast fillet tenders, or thigh burgers, prepared to order with 10 flavours available - a taste of Americana in the Louisiana Rub, Hickory Smoked BBQ or Buffalo, fancy fusion in the Garlic Parmesan, Mango Habanero or Lemon Pepper, a nod to Asia in the Balinese Spice, Malaysian Sambal Pedas or Oriental Sweet Soy, & for-the-masochists Atomic fiery. Flavours are savoury & sometimes sauce-soaked - these calorie bombs won't be for healthy eaters. Six wings comprising two flavours cost RM14; complete your meal with jalapeno cheese fries (RM7.50) & a surprisingly satisfying spicy-sweet Mango Habanero shake (RM18.50). Service is friendly.

Wingstop Malaysia: The Wing Experts
G-51, The Street, The Curve, Mutiara Damansara, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

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6 comments:

  1. Deboned chicken wings are unheard of? How nice! ;) Mango habanero sounds unique. I wonder how fiery hot that will be.

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    1. Contact.ewew: tongue-tingling but not savagely spicy ... i could definitely handle it, despite my low tolerance for fiery food :D

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  2. Wings. I've drumsticks in my blogpost today. :D

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    1. Suituapui: i prefer drumsticks over wings! :D

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  3. I have bookmarked this place since it is a real American franchise. I have been telling my wife the their wings are better in some ways. She went to US and missed them.

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    1. Twilight Man: the americans sure love their buffalo wings ... happy 4th of july! :D

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