Get Saucy, King Of The Wings Is Doing A Six-Course Wing Degustation For Valentine’s Day

By Annabelle Allpass

a box of chicken wings

Ever wonder why there are so many Scorpios running rampant in the world? Here's your answer: Valentine's Day. The most romantic day of the year; flowers, dates and quality time with your boo that often materialises in the form of an exxy meal somewhere fancy complete with a bottle of wine, not just the everyday ration of a glass. This is all well and good and to be honest, a pretty easy way to impress your partner (we've got a whole line-up of them here if you're interested). Sometimes though, organising a fancy V Day night is more stressful than romantic, so we bring you an alternative: the six-course wingustation King Of The Wings is putting on.

Now the squad at Stafford's King Of The Wings are not just cheffing up any old bowl of wings (this is Valentine’s Day after all), they have carefully designed a six-course degustation menu that even includes desert. What's the go? Well, wear your stretchiest pants, pull up to the King’s relatively new permanent eatery (perhaps snag a fairy light lit table outside?) to devour your way through five brand new wing flavours, matched with a delicious beverage for each course.

For just $75 a head you can watch your other half absolutely polish the bone of a chicken wing while you both get very saucy and a little bit tipsy. A truly priceless pre-show for the main show if you get what we mean. If alcohol isn't your vibe, you're in luck because your package gets a serious discount at $45 a head. 

Some of the sessions are already sold out so be sure to book. You know damn well your date will be so off you if the Valentine's plans fall through. You can do that and find out more here.

The Details 

When: 4pm–5.30pm and 8pm–9.30pm, Sunday 14 February 
Where: King Of The Wings, Stafford
Find out more here

If your significant other is a bit fancy, check out Brisbane's most romantic restaurants here.

 Image credit: Daniel Maddock 

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