CHICKEN wing food chains are now among the hottest trends in the restaurant industry. In fact, the chicken wings craze has been in Cebu for quite some time now and everyone loves it, as seen in various restaurants and food stalls popping up.
A new player, New York Buffalo Brad Hot Wings, serves a wide variety of delicious chicken wings that customers can choose from: Classic Buffalo, BBQ Lime, Lemon Pepper, Sweet Spicy, Garlic Parmesan, Honey Mustard, Brad’s Gravy, Orange BBQ, Italian and Milky Way.
One may also choose the level of spiciness one wants for the chicken wings from moderate, hot, wild to insane. Each flavor was meticulously mixed—taking an entire year to perfect—using imported herbs and spices before the restaurant started serving its chicken wings to the public.
Aside from its chicken hot wings, New York Buffalo Brad Hot wings also serves pasta, sausages, ribs, mozarella sticks, french fries and churros to add more interesting dishes on its menu. Drinks such as local and imported beers, soft drinks, iced teas and milk are also available to make the chicken wings experience perfect.
New York Buffalo Brad Hot Wings is inspired by New York City which is known to have the best variety of restaurants in the world thus the name of the restaurant and the design theme on its wall. The place is constructed from a container van and features a modern and industrial design that has a patio and an al fresco set up on the second floor that can accommodate up to 100 diners.
New York Buffalo Brad Hot Wings also challenges its customers to its Suicidal Hot Sauce Challenge every once in a while. The goal is to consume minimum of 10 hot wings that is 10 times spicier than the spiciest level of hotness it offers within six minutes.
The world’s hottest wings is located at the Garden Bloc of Cebu IT Park. It is open every day from 10:30 a.m. until 2 a.m. to serve everyone a flavorful chicken hot wings.
Published in the SunStar Cebu newspaper on August 16, 2017.
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