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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by bro, Aug 17, 2019.
I don't do wing stop a lot. What's the go to sauce? I'd grab Cajun unless you tell me differently.
I’ve had Cajun and garlic parm both were fantastic
An objectively bad conversation going on between 2 users ITT that I would have bet ignored each other years ago
Has anyone tried the chicken Parm sandwich at Wendy's?
Like me some wingstop wings. Wasn’t really a fan of the sandwich
depends on what kind you get from what I’ve read
some of the dry rub ones aren’t very good without sauce, but just in my experience, the ones I’ve had were great
*Googles wingstop locations *
Wingstop wings are top tier for chain wings. Great thighs as well.
Had it like a week or so ago. It's good. I thought it was funny that they put a slice of cheese on top of the fried cheese square. Best detail was the garlic bread bun.
Kills me they put a brick of fried cheese on a sandwich.
To be honest it really wasn't as much cheese as I had hoped. It's a little piece and mostly just the breading when you bite into it. You know some mozzarella sticks the breading is like 3x the diameter of cheese when you bite into it? It's like that.
Haven't had their chicken sandwich before but my biggest issue with my local Wingstop is they always give you an exact timeframe for your food to be ready and it's never done on-time.
Ex. They'll tell you 17 minutes, and I'll show up exactly at that time and end up waiting there for another 20 mins
Well that's dumb
yeah I ordered mine through Uber eats because I knew they’d take forever. Didn’t want to wait on it myself
Hence the Gaelic bread bun being the highlight. But it's a good highlight
I'm not fixing that autocorrect.
it’s just fried cheese between two slices of Irish soda bread
Authentic fare from the Emerald Isle.
best enjoyed while remembering those we lost during The Troubles
How many potatoes does it take to kill an Irishman?
Oldie, but goodie.
Agreed. I enjoyed it. Maybe too cheesy. Wish there was more marinara. Garlic bread bun was a highlight.
There’s so many variables in the sandwich, I’m not sure you’d ever get the exact same tasting once twice.
Also wished there was more marinara on the one I had.
Wingstop is the only place I've ever sent in a complaint for in my life because the service was so bad. The one near me seems to have like 100% turnover every 2 weeks. Still order from there on a regular basis
Honestly the only reason I think I’ve even noticed is because they give exact times. If they’d just say 20-25 mins and it ended up being 40 whatever. Just find it weird when I get told 22 minutes or some shit and they’re way off
I’m also moving next week back to the area I used to live in near the wing stop. We’ll see if they’ve improved
Wingstop is ok if you’re wanting a buffalo chicken sandwich (and maybe has too much salt)
Popeyes > if you actually like fried chicken to come through, which I do
I just add 15 minutes to whatever that projected time is and it's better
I wish I was talented enough to do something like this in the kitchen. But I’m not and that’s why I go to Popeyes
I'm at the popeyes that shares the parking lot with the weed store again
They have ghost pepper wings now
I fuck with this guy
His red beans and rice series he posts is amazing
Link? Good red beans and rice is a spiritual event. Man I miss NOLA food.
oh sorry I meant those RB&R videos he posts every Monday (u shared an example of one). If you haven’t seen them all they are delightful
Oooooh ok I'll check out more. He seems like a guy I'd get along well with.
So many good hole in the wall spots in NOLA. I trust their dives more than any other city honestly. There used to be a place in Kenner at Williams and Vets called Potato King. Maaaaan they had baked potatoes as big as my head filled with anything you can imagine. My go to was the blackened shrimp and crawfish with some amazing cheese sauce. Fuck it was good. And of course Bonny and Clyde's gas station po boys. NOLA is the GOAT food city in this country for someone like me and nobody will ever change my mind. Other places may be better with the foofoo stuff but the NOLA menu just hits me in the right spot.
Jollibee just opened here in Orlando
Where does it rank
I want to be friends with him.
lol at the thought of me not ordering this
He’s exactly like what I picture every dude from chalmette to look and sound like
Jollibee is good. Solid fried chicken but you gotta try the different noodles and drinks too. I wouldn't say their spaghetti with hot dogs was anything special but it wasn't gross or anything.
nothing like eating spaghetti with hot dogs in orlando
Not gross is quite the endorsement
Definitely Chalmette aka God's country. Not enough "Where ya at dude" for Kenner.
I mean its more appetizing than Skyline
It's a Philippino chain so it's got some things that might seem odd for an American chicken joint. But it's good.