King Of The Wings

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240 Stafford Road
Stafford, 4053 QLD
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open

Opening Hours

SUN 12:00pm - 9:00pm
MON closed
TUE 12:00pm - 9:00pm
WED 12:00pm - 9:00pm
THU 12:00pm - 9:00pm
FRI 12:00pm - 10:00pm
SAT 12:00pm - 10:00pm

The Details

Cuisine
  • American
Need to Know
  • Food Truck
  • Good for Groups
  • Outdoor Seating
Serving
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Take Away

a platter of ribs and chips with a side of watermelon salad

One of Brisbane's most iconic food trucks finally has a permanent restaurant of their very own, with King Of The Wings landing at Stafford Central. With both an indoor dining area and an outdoor, street art adorned laneway lit by fairy lights, it's the perfect spot for digging into a few baskets of wings on a balmy summer night.

Anyone already very familiar with their iconic wings can rest assured that all the classic flavours are on the menu here—and now you can get them gluten-free and vegan (made of cauliflower) as well. Also to the menu are slow cooked saucy pork ribs, which come in a half or full serve paired with a zesty watermelon and feta salad and chips, three different types of burgers and cheesey loaded fries. Just make sure you save room for a slice of key lime or Mississippi mud pie for dessert. 

The best part of King Of The Wings getting their own eatery though, is that they now have a bar, so you can pair a beer (or a beer tower), wine or cocktail with your feast. Even better, the crew just opened a bubble tea spot next door dubbed The Royal Tea, and diners at King Of The Wings can order bubble tea cocktails like the Mango Madness, featuring mango fruit tea, Canadian Club, Sailor Jerry rum and mango popping balls. Wings and boba? Don't mind if we do.

Read more about the new King Of The Wings here.

Image credit: Ranyhyn Laine


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