Yes, there is a special day on the calendar dedicated to chicken wings each year. This year, this special day takes place on July 29, just ‘round the corner. It may sound rather ridiculous, but we all have that one friend who always insists on getting chicken wings as a side dish or bar snack.
Well, today’s their special day. If you’re looking for a place to enjoy these juicy wings, we’ve got 9 places that will satisfy any chicken wing lover.
From quality brews to accompanying delectable food, Harry’s has become synonymous with Singapore’s casual bar scene, having come a long way since its very first outlet at BoatQuay in 1992. Should diners get hungry, their signature wings are the best fuel for enjoyment while catching the latest sporting action on the on-site large-screen TVs.
Recommended items: Harry’s signature wings
50% slots: 12:00 – 18:00
18 other outlets, including Cuppage and Holland Village..
It’s been labelled the number 1 Korean fried chicken in Singapore, but don’t believe the hype. Try it for yourself. Chicken Up’s quality is known far and wide. Its offerings like bulgogi fries, seafood pancake and army stew are good, but its main draw will always be its chicken wings, which are available in either yangnyum or soya. The chicken is treated for 12 hours then marinated in a secret, original recipe before being deep-fried in spices to lock in all those flavours.
Recommended items: chicken wings (soya/yangnyum)
50% slots: 15:00 – 15:30
Oven & Fried Chicken at Telok Ayer Street is the result of two popular fried chicken restaurants in Korea – Okkudak and Ssaldak. Opened since Oct 2014, the restaurant is committed to serving the highest quality chicken, using only 100% rice-flour powder and the freshest ingredients to prepare each dish with love. Recommended items here are the fried rice chicken and crunch original oven-baked chicken.
Recommended items: crunch original chicken
$33 $16.50 | fried rice chicken $33$16.50
50% slots: 15:30 | 16:30
Brewerkz is Singapore’s first microbrewery, having served their first brew in 1997. Though its commitment lies in brewing beers that people love, the restaurant is no slouch in the kitchen either, having been recognised among the best restaurant in Wine & Dine’s 2017 Best Restaurant Guide. They do classic American dishes, which include the much-loved buffalo wings, the perfect accompaniment to your drinks.
Recommended items: buffalo wings
50% slots: 15:30 | 16:30
3 other outlets, including Orchard Parade, Riverside Point and Sentosa Boardwalk
PastaMania offers authentic, affordable Italian cuisine in a casual dining environment. In an ambience modelled after an Italian pizza, pasta dishes here are prepared a la minute to ensure a consistently fresh and flavoursome experience with every plate of pasta served. But while their pastas and pizzas take the limelight, they do have one underrated gem within their side menu offerings. Their PP wings – PastaMania Paprika wings – gives a delightfully kick that you’ll surely love.
Recommended items: PP wings
50% slots: 15:00 | 15:30
SG Kitchen is a 100% Halal restaurant serving traditional Muslim food at affordable prices. Located at Bali Lane, opposite the Duo condo, the restaurant has a wide selection of options, with choices for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians. If you’d like a nice sidekick to your food, their tandoori chicken wings give diners a bite-sized taste of Indian cuisine.
Recommended items: tandoori chicken wings (8 pieces)
50% slots: 14:00 | 14:30 | 20:00 – 21:00
Patbingsoo Korean Dining House pioneers innovative dining concept featuring authentic Korean street food and the broadest selection of bingsoo, snow ice dessert. They are known for dishes that satisfy meat and cheese lovers. Here, they offer their own version of the classic wings, adding their signature cheesy goodness. The rolling cheese chicken wings are amongst the popular items here you certainly won’t want to miss.
Recommended items: rolling cheese chicken wings
50% slots: 11:30 | 15:00 | 15:30 | 16:00
1 other outlet at Vivocity.
Rooted in the spirit of Southern hospitality, this updated American restaurant and bar is fashioned after the new breed of BBQ restaurants in New York, lending a touch of sophistication to the hearty, rustic barbecue tradition. There are certainly many meat options here that they do right. If you love your wings, their spicy chicken wings have the same Morganfield’s DNA that runs through the rest of the menu. The meat is soft and tender, with a spicy kick that amps up the flavours.
Recommended items: spicy chicken wings
50% slots: 15:00 | 15:30
3 other outlets at Orchard Central, Suntec City and Star Vista.
At this Australian-inspired restaurant and bar, what you can expect is ‘outback meets chic’. Their key feature is the Long Bar, good for mingling with buddies and enjoying Australian beer on tap. The food here is similarly unpretentious and laidback, with options like their signature Barossa Wings to chow down with your drinks.
Recommended items: Barossa Wings
50% slots: 12:00 – 14:00 | 21:30 | 22:00