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Londoners love Wing Wing; one may correctly associate it as their cult fried chicken brand. Founded by the ‘London Chicken Elite’ in 2017, Wing Wing transformed the foodie’s know-how of fried chicken and its Asian fusion choices.
Carefully employing a hand-brushing technique, Wing Wing’s sensational hot birds fly above the thin layer of coating over the basic marination using natural spices; bringing about the crackly, crispy, transparent crust that it is famous for.
Although soy garlic and spicy flavours may be winning Malaysian votes, liquorice flavouring boasts a sweet touch to the savoury drumette–presenting a taste of the ancient Mediterranean herb through birds.
The a la carte meal for Wing Wing chicken starts at RM15.90 for 6 pieces of wings and drumettes or 3 pieces of drumsticks. Diners can also mix and match the set for 4 pieces of wings and drumettes together with 1 piece of drumstick for RM15.90.
Less calories option like “Krispy Chicken Salad” can be a healthier choice for diet-watchers with a variety of fresh greens from cucumbers, celeries, cherry tomatoes, onions and pickles!
Chicken aside, another favourite choice is the Asian fusion “Chicken Katsu Bao”; a lightly-fried Chinese mantou bao (steamed bun) stuffed with crispy tender chicken and a dollop of kimchi coleslaw. Served in 2 pieces, “Chicken Katsu Bao” costs RM15.90 for each a la carte order.
End your meal with some “Hot Bao Nuts” sweet tooth dessert. The lightly fried hot bao is filled with pineapple orange crème and meringue, peanut butter or banana caramel as preference. “Hot Bao Nuts” is sold for RM7.30 each.
Location: Wing Wing, Level 6, Pavilion KL, Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: Daily from 10am to 10pm
Text by Jessy Wong