Wingstop has always had me craving for wings. They carry a lot of popular flavors such as Lemon Pepper, Mild Buffalo, Cajun, Garlic Parmesan, and Hickory BBQ. Two of the flavors they carry I have been fond with thus became my favorites: Mango Habanero and Louisiana Rub. Ykaie loves the Teriyaki.
I knew it’s only a matter of time before they come up with flavors that will satisfy the Filipino palate. I had a chance to try these Asian Wings a couple of weeks ago and thought you should really meet them. Introducing the Asian Wings: hand breaded, made-to-order wings available in 4 flavors: Korean Soy, Spicy Soy, Honey Garlic, and Honey Barbecue.
Here’s what I thought about them.
Honey Garlic has the flavor of soy and garlic plus the sweetness of honey. I like the overall flavor but the sauce is too sweet for my liking. If you’re into sweet sauces then this one is definitely for you.
I find the Honey BBQ a mixture of asian and western flavors. It has the sweetness of honey and the zest of barbecue sauce.
The Spicy Soy made me surrender on my first bite. Man, it is spicy! I felt the burn in my tongue, the flush in my cheeks, and it got my face all sweaty. I made a secret vow to try it again and overcome its spiciness the second time around.
The Korean Soy is a crowd favorite. I wouldn’t wonder why. It has the perfect balance of salty, sweet, crispy, and crunchy.
The Asian Wings were eaten with the four latest side dishes to join the Wingstop family:Loaded Nachos, Loaded Fries, Onion Rings, and Crispy Sweet Potato!
Of course, I also got to enjoy my two favorite Wingstop Flavors: Louisiana Rub…
And Mango Habanero.
Writing this just made me crave for wings but it’s too late to go out….. and Wingstop is already closed.