I have been curious about Wings of the World for quite some time already after spotting them on Grabfood. On a public holiday, I was craving for 4Fingers but seeing that they are so atas (no Hotdeals ever), I decided to try Wings of the World instead.
I chose the Fried Bone-in Wings Combo. The base price is for 6 pieces of chicken. Six pieces where got enough? So I selected 8 pieces (the next level is 10 pieces). You get to choose 2 flavors, one side dish, a dip and beverage.
My meal arrived piping hot via Grabfood scheduled order. I normally prefer scheduled order if it is available and if the delivery time is suitable. I find that with scheduled order, there is less waiting time and sometimes the food arrives earlier than expected.
For the wings, you have to choose two flavors. I do wish that I could opt for just one. So I selected the Soy Garlic (Korea) and Tropical Salsa (Mexico).
Each flavor is designated to a country so you get the idea why it is called Wings of the World. The other flavors available are - Italian Parmesan (Italy), Green Chili (Malaysia), Bali Bali (Indonesia), Tom Yam (Thailand), Cajun (USA), Smoky BBQ (USA) and Teriyaki (Japan).
This salsa gives off a chicken rice vibe (which matched with the rice I ordered) with garlic, ginger, green chilies, onions, tomatoes, spring onion and Chinese parsley (daun sup) mixed with lime juice. Although I did not dislike the salsa, I won't order this flavor again.
As for the Soy Garlic, I have no complaints. It is comparable to its expensive cousin (hah..hah...) with a more generous coating of sauce. This, I will reorder when the next craving hits (perhaps accompanied by the Teriyaki).
I chose Garlic Rice as my side order. It was very aromatic and the taste is reminiscent of chicken rice.
The other choices of sides are - Onion Rings (I'll get this next time), Fried Enoki Mushrooms, Shoestring Fries, Veggie Sticks, Waffle Fries, Double Cajun Cheese Waffle Fries, Cajun Cheesy Waffle and Grilled Corn (the last 4 items were unavailable at the time of order).
As for the dip, I chose Spicy Mayo and the other choices are - Honey Mustard, Ketchup and Chili Sauce. The dip went well with the battered wings and I reckon for other wing flavors, you won't even need a dip.
In terms of beverages, I always choose bottled water over soft drinks.
It can stand upright and it is very convenient for you to drop the chicken bones into it for easy and neat disposal hah..hah....
With the 50% Hotdeals, this meal cost me RM19.65 (inclusive of RM3.00 delivery fee). Not bad at all!