There were a lot of interesting things on the menu. Amanda went with an excellent All Day Irish Fry, or breakfast special. You can see her above enjoying bacon. Yes, thats our former Vegan relishing one of the most delicious foods next to wings, Bacon. Brad ordered a delicious looking fish and chips. We did order a delicious sounding dip that fortunately our waitress forgot, because we were so stuffed with what we got. I should note we had an excellent waitress, despite this accidental blessing in disguise.
I on the other hand got sheppard pie. No of course not. I ordered wings. What else???
SIZE of WINGS: medium to large
HEAT: 6/10 for hot, 8/10 for suicide
WET NAP FACTOR: 2/5
PRICE: $9.95 for 1 lb., $16.95 for 2 lb., $24.95 for 3 lbs.
SAUCE CHOICE: mild/medium/grand hot/suicide/honey garlic
SIDES: veggies and dip
DEEP FRIED, GRILLED,
BAKED, BATTERED: dusted then deep fried just right
WING NIGHT: Tuesday $0.39 wings, with purchase of a drink
As soon as I saw the wings come out, I was happy. They were big, they looked crunchy, and they smelled, well, devine. It was a pound of hot with suicide on the side. The hot had a good flavour, distinct but not unlike that I have tried before. It was nice to have a different flavour than your run of the mill pub wings.
The suicide was on the side because of past problems. The sauce was a good suicide, with a bit of a burn and a flavour that didn't make me gag with pepper. It was very similar to PAIN (as mentioned before) but without the gag reflex I have associated with it now. Amanda even tried it in her day of taking chances, however, like her quick acceptance to sit in the Bait Room for the ghost investigation, she regretted making the decision shortly after.
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