Year after year Brisbane continues to deliver when it comes to chicken wings. Whether it's paired with your favourite beer, a mid-week treat or a hangover cure, Brisbane's best chicken wings always pleases the tastebuds.
Get your napkins ready and have a wet wipe handy, because here are our picks of Brisbane's best chicken wings for 2016.
Fortitude Valley's Lucky Egg is the perfect mix of American cuisine meets Asian street food, which means they have seriously, seriously good chicken. Choose between Buffalo or Korean style, or go for the Frank's special sauce with slaw. Mmmm, slaw...
Chicken wing lovers who haven't tried Gerard's Bistro's 'bekka' wings haven't lived. Served with a spiced yoghurt and rose, these tasty wings have a bucket load of Middle Eastern flavour, and are somethign else. We dare you to stop at just one serve...
King Of The Wings
One of Brisbane's all time favourite food trucks, King Of The Wings has been churning out some of the finest chicken wings around the city. From traditional buffalo, honey chilli, BBQ and ever-changing special sauces, gorge on all the flavours. We won't judge!
The only thing better than chicken wings is a buffet of chicken wings, and that's exactly what Seoul Bistro in Sunnybank has to offer. With 7 different wings on the menu, for just over $20 you can try them alll, over and over until you're in a food coma... Seriously, good luck coming out without gaining a few extra kilos.
Bavarian Bier Cafe
Head to Bavarian Bier Cafe between 4pm and 6pm any day of the week and grab yourself some of their $1 wings. They've already paired them with the perfect beers, so all the hard work is done for you. All you have to do is order.
Brisbane CBD & Mitchleton
Miss Kay's don't just know their way around a good burger, they've got the whole chicken wing thing covered too. Six wings for $7 means you can grab them with a burger too, because who doesn't love a side of wings?
West End fave Archive have a delish wings menu. Choose from the classics buffalo, sesame soy or spicy plum and pair it with their superb blue cheese aioli. Drooling....
At 5 Boroughs you don't have to pretend that wings aren't the perfect food to snack on while you're getting crunk, because they have a whole menu dedicated to 'drinking foods' and this is exactly where their sticky red rub wings feature. Trust me, they do the trick.
We like our wings how we like our Australian summer; hot and sticky! That's why Hudson Corner makes the cut, with their wings coated in Frank's hot sauce and served with a blue cheese dipping sauce.
The Burrow is a cosy little spot in West End serving up golden fried chicken wings tossed in chipotle sauce. Add a side of their pueblo nuevo sauce made from habanero chillis for an extra kick!
Yard Bird Ale House
Regarded as some of the best in Brisbane, Yard Bird have five finger lickin' flavours to choose from. If you're feeling extra adventourous, try the Death Sentence Wings; these guys are as hot as they sound!
Bloodhound Corner Bar and Kitchen
The wings at Bloodhound Bar win points for both their uniqueness and their creative names. Crispy and golden, you can choose between the Peruvian Michief Wings with hints of berries and dry dates, or the Hurricane Neddy with a spicy, smokey and sweet pineapple flavour. Yum!
You're rich in choice at the CBD's Buffalo Bar; these guys aren't messing around when it comes to wings. You have the choice of a basket of wet or dry wings, and with flavours such as 'Hell Bound Bad Boys' and 'Seasoned Jerk', you won't be dissapointed.
If the first thing that pops into your mind when you think about a bucket of wings is KFC, think again. At Southern Attitude you can get an entire bucket of wings for $24 and can fill it with a mix of up to eight different flavours, because we know you'll wanna try them all.
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