Local fried chicken fast food joint by Swensen’s, specializing in fried chicken wings that are coated in two types of Southeast Asian-inspired glaze – the Sticky Kecap Manis and Spicy Flamin’. Sticky Wings’ kecap manis glaze is based on a type of Indonesian sweet soy sauce that features garlic and gula melaka, while the sweet but mainly hot Spicy Flamin’ consists of a fiery blend of chilli. If you prefer your batter-fried chicken wings “dry”, go for Naked.
Sticky Wings’ signature Knockout ($8.90 for a la carte, $11.40 for combo with a side and drink) includes one drumstick, two two-joint wings and two half-cut mid wings, while sides include My Butter Half butter rice ($1.50) and Malasada Portuguese doughnut ($1.80), as well as a variety of local-inspired sides are the salted egg sauce fries Tat’s Egg-citing ($5.90) and beef rendang topped fries We Meat Again ($6.50).
Look out for the unique Cluckin’ Good ($7.90) ‘donut’ burger which sees a lemongrass chicken thigh sandwiched between two malasada. This ‘donut’ burger is available with a salted egg yolk sauce coated patty in Chick Magnet ($7.90).