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Wing Zone

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WingZone is unique quick casual dining restaurant that delivers a number of award winning flavors in all its food products. We are also HALAL certified! Our food is made to order and cooked within 15 minutes. Our chicken is 100% fresh! WingZone also does delivery, call us at 6222-WING (9464).

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 62229464
$10 based on 17 submissions
After Work (6 votes), Dinner (6 votes), Brunch (5 votes)
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Good chicken

The portion to price ratio is fair. I had the caesar chicken salad and was surprised at the big portion. It tasted good too, the chicken portion was reasonable and the vegetables were crisp, not soggy. The next time I came, I tried the boneless chicken in sweet samurai, chicken tenders with honey mustard and potato wedges. Soo good! It was fresh and tasty but you have to wait about 15 minutes for the food to be prepared. I had a bad experience with the smokehouse chicken salad though, I was unaware that the sauce was so spicy and my mouth burned when I struggled to finish the chicken slathered in hot sauce. I have to say the chicken seemed smaller in size and cubed which was a surprise compared to the salad I ate the previous time. But honestly since it was part of a set I cannot complain too much.

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• 13 Jan 2015 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

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The portion to price ratio is fair. I had the caesar chicken salad and was surprised at the big portion. It tasted good too, the chicken portion was reasonable and the vegetables were crisp, not soggy. The next time I came, I tried the boneless chicken in sweet samurai, chicken tenders with honey mustard and potato wedges. Soo good! It was fresh and tasty but you have to wait about 15 minutes for the food to be prepared. I had a bad experience with the smokehouse chicken salad though, I was unaware that the sauce was so spicy and my mouth burned when I struggled to finish the chicken slathered in hot sauce. I have to say the chicken seemed smaller in size and cubed which was a surprise compared to the salad I ate the previous time. But honestly since it was part of a set I cannot complain too much.
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• 27 Dec 2014 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

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Just ordered delivery for this. Flavors - mango fire, sweet samurai and cinnamon maple. Verdict: good! Mango fire was super spicy (should've heeded the level warnings) but loved the mango taste. Cinnamon maple literally tasted like waffles! An interesting twist. My favorite was the sweet samurai, it's sweet and not too salty. I like how generous they are with their sauces, will definitely order again & am looking forward to trying other flavors!
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• 11 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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So I'm at WingZone now, waiting for my wedges at this time, for more than 40 minutes and out of boredom, I told my brother that by the time I finished this review, the wedges will STILL not have arrived.

We first ordered the fried chicken at 6.10pm, with the cashier stating that it would take 10-15 minutes for the food to be served. Our the chicken was ready at about 6.35pm. We then realised that we forgot the wedges, so my brother went to order the wedges right then (because, how long does it take to cook wedges right?). BTW, it's 7.30pm now, and still NO WEDGES.

Oh well, let's talk about the chicken then, since that's what we had so far. The chicken was okay only la. Yes they were nice and warm, but where they spicy? Er no. My brother bought the spiciest thing on the menu (the Nuclear Habanero - the only nuclear thing about this was that it was a nuclear disappointment) and it just tasted like chicken lathered with tobasco sauce that was mildly spicy. I ordered the Tokyo Dragon (which was supposedly the next spiciest thing) and it tasted like teriyaki sauce. Spicy? I think not! What an embarassment to dragons!! It was just sweet. Should just call it the Tokyo Hello Kitty. What a disappointment!

Anyway, I'm done with this review and our wedges are still not here. It's officially been AN HOUR. Never coming here again. 
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