I’ll have a Thousand Wings to Go, Please!
Until recently, the strangest English menus I’d ever seen were made in Taiwan. This is probably because English is not one of its official languages. Here in Newfoundland, Canada, that excuse does not hold up. But then again, Wing ‘n it gets my vote as producer of the craziest menu not because of typos or mis-translations, but because of its creativity and unconventionality.
The menu starts off tame, with beverages and appetizers. But after that, it defies imagination, and to a point, logic.
Here are the available portions on offer:
I wonder how many orders they’ve had for One Grand. I’d be very interested to see how they are brought to the table.
The wings are available in just about every conceivable flavour – and each flavour has an inventive name attached to it. Some of my personal favourites are: A-Bomb, Friendly Fire, Fireball, Helmet Fire, Squaking, Sweet Baby Gezuz, Double Ugly, Bear in the Air, The Red Eye, and Gut Bomb.
A word of advice: if you prefer to avoid hot and spicy food, steer clear of anything on the menu which has more than three stars.
If you’re a wing connoisseur and you find yourself in the St. John’s area, I strongly recommend that you head down to Wing ‘n it. Great food, fast and friendly service, and a creatively comprehensive menu add up to awesomesause in my book.
For directions to this St. John‘s restaurant, see the map below.
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