Chicken wings will always be on our list of "go to" comfort food. So when Wingstop opened at our favorite weekend spot, we agreed to try and have a taste of the wing experience.
As you might have guessed, it's an aviation-themed chicken wing restaurant that originated from Garland, Texas.
The first time we got there, we stayed on the safe side and ordered BBQ and garlic parmesan flavored wings.
True to their mission: "To serve the world flavor", you get delectable taste, bite after bite which leaves you craving for more.
And so we craved...
We liked the food so much that we went at the resto again a few days after -- this time we had Hot Buffalo and Teriyaki.
Here's a quick guide on their menu:
...and a run through of the flavors they offer:
They also have sides like fresh coleslaw and seasoned fries. These two get our vote.
Definitely a memorable food encounter with the wings experts.