Fly Flavors at Wingstop!

Great news wing lovers! The newest fried chicken place has just opened in town!  WINGSTOP (WS) started serving its  customers barely two months ago at its inaugural location along Katipunan Avenue in Quezon City.    The popular chain  originated in  good old Dallas, Texas in 1994.  The idea was to serve  the ultimate buffalo style chicken wings at an exceptional value . It’s a  no frills, pay-as-you-order establishment that serves everyone’s favorite comfort food: chicken wings, chicken tenders and fries.  Presently, the store which prides itself as being “The Wings Expert” and has 600 outlets worldwide.

 

WS- Winging It Weekend

The inside of the store looks like an airplane hanger. Steel covered walls , signs done in olive green and colorful artwork that shows the different sauce flavors make for a relaxing and unpretentious ambience. On regular days, you can find mostly students and office workers from the different institutions/offices along the avenue. During weekends, the place has become a favorite of families to visit.

 

SAUCE N’ TOSS

We arrived at the store quite hungry.  Good thing Wingstop’s Marketing Manager Alexi and Store Manager Paula had already pre-ordered the bestsellers for us to try!

“The chicken wings are only cooked after the customer orders. There is no pre-cooking or reheating involved.  The secret to the WS experience is really in the sauce,” explains Alexi.

WS- All chicken flavors

The store offers a variety of bold flavors – Atomic, Louisiana Rub, Hot Buffalo, Garlic Parmesan, Cajun, Lemon Pepper, Teriyaki, Hickory Smoked BBQ and Mild.

WS Fresh off the Fryer

SIGNS

  

TOP GUNS

Out of the  sauce flavors that we sampled, here are our top choices.

WS - 4 Flavors

Wings are available in 5 (PHP185), 7 (PHP255) , 11 (PHP395) and 20 (PHP 695) pieces.

 

WS Flavored Dips

Loved the Bleu Cheese and Ranch dips!

WS- chipotle rice

Chipotle rice (PHP45) is the perfect carb partner for the delcious wings!

There are no plates or silverware.  The food  is served on paperlined cardboard boxes.  You can either dig in with your fingers or ask for plastic spoons/forks/knives or plastic gloves.  We put the gloves aside and ate with gusto!  Uncomplicated , bare-hand dining is the best! 🙂

TRY THE TENDERS

WS - Chicken tenders

Both kids loved the tenders and the Texas-style fries. My son said “Mom, the tenders taste better than __________ (popular American resto)!”
Tenders sold in 3 (PHP180), 7 (PHP395) and 16 (PHP895) pieces.  Other side choices are potato salad and coleslaw (both PHP45).

 

THE ATOMIC BOMB 

WS- Atomic

HOT, HOT, HOT! We suggested that they hold an atomic -flavored wing eating contest to see just how many of these wing zingers can actually be consumed in one sitting.  I was too “chicken” to try. Haha.

QUESTIONS: (ANSWER THE FOLLOWING AND GET THE CHANCE TO WIN A GIFT CERTIFICATE FROM WINGSTOP)

1.  How many sauce flavors are there?

2. Which flavor would you like to try?

 

THE BQP RECOMMENDS WINGSTOP 

The Wingstop store has BonCon chicken to its right and Brothers Burger to its left.  Quite the competitions, yes?   Glad to report that the place is always full and is now preparing to open a second store in Eastwood City.   The product is pretty straight forward – made to order fried chicken wings with exciting sauces and delicious dips. So if you’re looking for something new to try, make your next pitstop – WINGSTOP!

WS - Collage

Thank you for having us!!! WE’LL BE BACK VERY SOON! The store is located at the 2nd floor of Regis Building along Katipunan.

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30 replies
  1. Bong Sinon says:

    1. They have six (6) sauce flavours.

    2. I’m curious about the “Bleu Cheese” & “Ranch” flavours……I wanna try these two.

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  2. Me-ann Becina says:

    1. They have 9 flavors –Atomic, Louisiana Rub, Hot Buffalo, Garlic Parmesan, Cajun, Lemon Pepper, Teriyaki, Hickory Smoked BBQ and Mild
    2. Want to try… Garlic Parmesan! 🙂

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  3. haroldmonica1989 says:

    BQP, if my waist line grows wider when I take a vacation, it’s because of your write-ups! This new resto has six flavors. I would like to try their tenders and fries as I think your son and I have the same tastes for food. Yummy in my tummy! Delicioso!

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  4. Bong Sinon says:

    This will be my final answer……As I checked further the question…..I was a bit confused with the dip. Hehe!

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  5. Bong Sinon says:

    1. The store offers a variety of bold flavours – Atomic, Louisiana Rub, Hot Buffalo, Garlic Parmesan, Cajun, Lemon Pepper, Teriyaki, Hickory Smoked BBQ and Mild.
    They’ve got total nine (9) sauce flavours.
    2. I’m curious about their “Bleu Cheese” & “Ranch” flavours. I wanna try this!

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  6. Bong Sinon says:

    1. The store offers a variety of bold flavours – Atomic, Louisiana Rub, Hot Buffalo, Garlic Parmesan, Cajun, Lemon Pepper, Teriyaki, Hickory Smoked BBQ and Mild.
    They’ve got total nine (9) sauce flavours.

    2. I’m curious about the “Garlic Parmesan” flavour. I wanna try this.

    Cheers!!!

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  7. Rhozallino Ramones says:

    1. They have 6 Sauce Flavours.

    2. Im curious and i wanna try the ATOMIC BOMB. i want chili Hot…

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  8. charyl eusebio says:

    Hi!!… they have 9 sauces.. the Atomic, Louisiana Rub, Hot Buffalo, Garlic Parmesan, Cajun, Lemon Pepper, Teriyaki, Hickory Smoked BBQ and Mild all sounds and look good but i am excited to try the atomic and louisiana rub 🙂

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  9. Marivic Tantoco says:

    Oh, can I try again::)) I answered the Dip Flavors

    1. 9 Sauce Flavors

    2. I want to try the Garlic Parmesan and Hickory Smoked BBQ

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  10. Jennifer Alviar says:

    1) 6 different kinds of flavor
    2) want to try the garlic parmesan and the atomic bomb! ❤️ Love spicy stuff.

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  11. Mabel says:

    They have 6 flavors and would love to try their garlic parmesan. We should meet up soon. Too many restos to visit already. 🙂

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  12. Christine Villacarlos says:

    Mmmm. Your post is making my mouth water! Can’t wait to try it! Thanks for sharing your new discovery, Queen P! 🙂

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  13. Ma. Cristina Dalina says:

    There are 9 flavor sauces, and they are Atomic, Louisiana Rub, Hot Buffalo, Garlic Parmesan, Cajun, Lemon Pepper, Teriyaki, Hickory Smoked BBQ and Mild.

    Mouth watering! I would like to try the Louisiana Rub because, I’m intrigue by the flavor. I don’t think other chicken stops has it.

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  14. Judy Vera a.k.a Dyudi Bera says:

    There are 9 flavor sauces. – Atomic, Louisiana Rub, Hot Buffalo, Garlic Parmesan, Cajun, Lemon Pepper, Teriyaki, Hickory Smoked BBQ and Mild.

    I would like to try the Hickory Smoke BBQ because I love Hickory sauces. It taste really good in any meat.

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  15. Melodenia Vera says:

    There are 9 flavor sauces!!!

    I would like to try the Garlic Parmesan because I think Garlic and Parmesan is a perfect combination for a flavored sauce. I know it will taste really good. Can’t wait to try 😀 Thank you for blogging about this!

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  16. Victoria Dalina says:

    There are 9 flavor sauces, and they are Atomic, Louisiana Rub, Hot Buffalo, Garlic Parmesan, Cajun, Lemon Pepper, Teriyaki, Hickory Smoked BBQ and Mild.

    I would like to try the Garlic Parmesan because it has the 2 of my favorite ingredients in the world, Garlic and Parmesan.

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  17. Judy Vera a.k.a Dyudi Bera says:

    There are 9 flavor sauces. -Atomic, Louisiana Rub, Hot Buffalo, Garlic Parmesan, Cajun, Lemon Pepper, Teriyaki, Hickory Smoked BBQ and Mild.

    I would like to try the Hickory Smoked BBQ because, I love Hickory flavor sauces. It goes well with any meat.

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  18. Faith Hazel almario says:

    9 flavor sauces: Atomic, Louisiana Rub, Hot Buffalo, Garlic Parmesan, Cajun, Lemon Pepper, Teriyaki, Hickory Smoked BBQ and Mild.

    Must try for me is the Hot Buffalo. I am not really into spicy food, but the last time I have eaten a Bufallo wings, I have liked it. I wonder how it taste like.

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  19. Glenn the Guzman says:

    The menu looks scrumptiously delectable so much so that i googled if there’s WS in my city (Vancouver, BC). It seems i still have to drive south of the border just to checkout their wings. Will give WS a go next time i’m in Seattle or Manila. Nice review, BQP!

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