On this Monday noon-hour, I had no such service problems. My very friendly waitress Betty reminded me of going over to a buddy's house and their mom looking after me. I decided to sit on the patio because it was wonderful outside, as well it is less awkward taking photos (no flash) by one's self.
I knew that Sunday-Tuesday is wing night after 5 but I hoped it might be extended earlier today, as I have been given the discount earlier. I tried with Betty, but no deal for me. No deal, except some beautiful wing that I got to eat.
SIZE of WINGS: large 'jumbo roasters'
HEAT: 4/10 for hot, 6/10 for suicide
WET NAP FACTOR: 2/5 before suicide, 4/5 with suicide
PRICE: $9.95 for 10 wings, $15.95 for 20 wings, $21.95 for 30 wings, $31.95 for 50 wings
SAUCE CHOICE: mild/medium/hot/suicide/honey garlic/bbq
SIDES: veggies and blue cheese dip
DEEP FRIED, GRILLED, BATTERED: deep fried
WING NIGHT: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday 1/2 price after 5pm - yes 3 nights!!!
These are a great version of a classic buffalo wing. Simply deep fried then hot sauce added later. Sheaf wings taste good without even the sauce on them. Crisp skin with white juicy chicken on the inside - mmmmmmm! This is why I became a wing enthusiast.
The hot sauce had no bite at all, but a good flavour. And the Sheaf understands suicide: while it wasn't nearly as hot as I require, it was the same taste as hot, only hotter. Not just hot with a crappy taste.
The wings were not very wet to begin with (a small pool of sauce at the bottom of the basket) but it certainly did stain the fingers! I wish there was more than 1 wetnap given because of this. When I added the suicide from the side, I certainly needed more napkins and wetnaps.
My real criticism is the price. A small order of wings and a Sprite came to $14. Wow. These wings are good, but I won't be back till Sunday Monday or Tuesday after 5pm.
The Wheat Sheaf
667 King Street West