Feast your way through a heap of chicken or cauliflower pieces — with 21 different rubs and sauces.
When Winghaüs set up shop in Sydney, no one needed to guess what kind of food it focused on. You'd best like chicken pieces, because they're on the menu here in a big way — all day, everyday.
How does a chook-loving joint up the poultry ante? Across the entire 2020–21 summer, it hosts an event called Wing Fest. Again, it really doesn't require too much explanation.
From Tuesday, December 1–Sunday, February 28, Winghaüs isn't just doing its usual wing lineup, though. As well as its nine always-available types of rubs and sauces, the chicken-centric joint is adding a huge 13 more varieties. So, you can pick from 21 different styles — including salt and vinegar, garlic and parmesan, sweet and sour, mango habanero and vindaloo. Ever wondered what chicken wings with chicken salt taste like? That's on offer as well.
Chicken may be the focus — either classic or boneless — but you can also opt for cauliflower wings.
You'll get one complimentary sauce or rub for every ten-piece serve of wings ($12), with extra sauces and rubs costing $3 each. There are also 20-piece ($22), $50-piece ($49) and 100-piece ($94) options — and beers and cocktails on tap, plus margaritas served frozen, on the rocks and in shareable one-litre steins.
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