Wing Kingz – Wyoming
Man, why won’t any of these wing places expand down this way? I was driving down 28th Street in Wyoming this past weekend on my way to work when I saw a familiar sign.
Wing Kingz is just another addition to all the confusing chicken wing places in the Grand Rapids area that sell the same things yet all call themselves different things.
The Wing Kingz stores are the newest addition to the wing landscape and the Wyoming shop is on 28th Street just to the west of Burlingame. The small store shares a building with a party store and it used to be a Shark’s Fish and Chicken.
After eating at the Wayland location a few weeks ago, I knew what I wanted, so I called in an order as I was driving back on 28th Street towards 131. The man who took my order said it would be about 20 minutes. I would have been a little bit early, so I ran an errand while I was waiting for my wings to cook.
When I walked in the small shop, my wings were waiting for me. The restaurant is tiny. It’s mostly carry-out with two tables squeezed in.
The cost for 12 wings and a pound of fries was a little over $10. I paid with credit then continued on to work to enjoy my lunch.
I ordered all 12 wings as Garlic Parmesan….my favorite type of wings. The large piles of wings were very crispy on the outside, heavily covered in the garlic Parmesan coating yet still very juicy in the middle. I love wings and these wings are so good. Have I mentioned that I wish there was one of these in the Kalamazoo area yet?
To round our my meal, I ordered a pound of french fries. The fries were nothing special. Just typical thin fries. They were nice and cripsy, just like the wings, and covered in a generous portion of salt. They offer other seasonings for the fries, but salt was good enough for me.
Every time I drive by one of these wing places I have to stop. Wing Kingz in Wyoming did everything I want them to do when I get wings. They were crispy yet juicy and so garlicky I think I’m still burping garlic three days later.