Gone are the days when “bottomless feeds” were somewhat of a rare novelty in Sydney. You can pretty much score “bottomless” anything right now but the newest venue on our radar just happens to sport two of the greatest all-you-can-eat feasts—wings and beer. Say no more.
Wingboy is backed by two good mates who, unsurprisingly, love a good bucket of wings, a cold pint of beer and good times on tap. Opening their first flagship in Darling Square, their latest venue is somewhat of a food coma shrine with 12 different sauces made daily, along with a whole lot of juicy wings and succulent tenders.
The menu is a no-frills approach to several different kinds of chicken wings which can all be swapped to boneless chicken tenders or cauliflower wings. Hit the honey sriracha, a combo of crushed peanuts and fresh chives; the Korean gochujang with white and black sesame seeds, shallots, and kewpie mayo, or hit your tastebuds hard with the "asskickin’’—Wingboy’s hottest wings on the menu.
As far as sides go, you’ll have enough to amp your feeds with shoestring fries, waffle fries, tater tots, mash and gravy, and an oreo cheesecake for those with a sweet tooth.
Now for the best part—bottomless wings and beers. You’ll be able to go to town every Saturday and Sunday between 12pm and 6pm with all-you-can-eat wings, tenders, fries, and slaw for two hours per booking (at $70 per person).
The fit-out serves dive bar vibes meets a hint of the country thanks to the corrugated iron walls, neon decor, road signs, and a canopy of fairy lights too.
Image credit: Wingboy