Their wings are available in 3,6 and 12-size portions, and we tried three flavours - Bourbon & BBQ Wings (Rs. 380 for 3), Spicy Mango (Rs. 690 for 6) and Atomic Jalapeño & Sriracha Wings (Rs. 380 for 3).
Aside from wings, they also do roast chicken (full/half/quarter), and a bunch of sides.
Kicking off with a swirl of sweetness and ending with a teeny tiny boozy kick, the Bourbon & BBQ Wings were a delight. The meat itself had a nice crisp from the outside, while the inside was juicy and fall-off-the-bone soft. The perfect marination ensured that the flavours could reach the most inner layers of the meat.
A local twist on chicken wings, these Spicy Mango Wings were sticky, messy, and so damn delicious. They seem to have been marinated in a well-spiced up, cooked mango puree, which created a well-balanced, sweet and sour ensemble.
Glazed to high heaven with a spicy mix of jalapeño and sriracha, these wings can make a grown man cry. Not gonna lie, I licked this plate clean because I couldn't get enough of it. It's the bomb, you guys, and if you can handle spicy food, this is a must try.
All things wings.
සිංහල අපි දැනට කාලා තියෙන චිකන් වින්ග්ස් අතරින් හොඳම ඒවා ලැබුණේ Burning Bird එකෙන් කියලා කිව්වොත් ඒ කතාවේ වරදක් නැහැ.
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