East Wings Unlimited wings – the best eat all you can wings in Bacolod City.

We’ve tried a lot of unlimited, all you can eat chicken wing restaurants in Bacolod city and East Wings – unlimited wings and more has the best tasting wings of them all!

East wings unlimited wings is located at the east block building B, Circumferential Road, Villamonte, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental 6100. 

East Wings unlimited wings and more is an attractive place with a simple red and black motif. They are a two story restaurant with a first floor for small groups. The second floor of the restaurant is for big groups. If you want to dine outside there are a few tables outside of the restaurant for outdoor dining.

East Wings has an attractive interior
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If this is your first time in an eat all you can chicken restaurant – take note that these places do not usually have dining implements such as spoons and forks. Diners are expected to use plastic gloves.

East Wings unlimited wings and more has an abundant supply of these – and the gloves that they have fit people with big hands too.

More importantly, there are lots of paper towels by the handwashing sinks and an abundant supply of soap to wash your hands.

The first floor of East Wings – unlimited wings Bacolod.

East Wings unlimited wings has the best-tasting wings in Bacolod city. They have eight flavors of chicken.

The flavors of East Wings unlimited wings and more are: Original, Garlic, Parmesan, Honey mustard, Teriyaki, Spicy Sriracha, BBQ and Jalapeno.

The price for eat all you can, unlimited wings is just 199 pesos and the promo starts from 11am-2pm and from 6pm to 9pm daily

When you order, you are given 8 wings and you can mix and match flavors! Here’s our orders of Mango Sriracha, Original recipe, BBQ and Spicy Sriracha.
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Why is East Wings unlimited wings and more is the best chicken wing restaurant in Bacolod City for us? Here’s why:

1.) Taste – the chicken is well cooked and has consistent quality. Each piece of chicken will taste the same throughout your stay. The chicken is well breaded and the sauces are fantastic. Our favorites are the MANGO JALAPENO and SPICY SRIRACHA chicken. You know the chicken is really good when the ORIGINAL (unflavored) chicken is delicious.

Original and Garlic Parmesan Chicken.

2.) Chicken is cooked properly – Some eat all you can chicken restaurants in Bacolod City have really unpleasant tasting chicken. It’s due to the overuse of oil that has gone rancid from too much frying. Also, some restaurants over use margarine in their cooking. It gives the chicken an unpleasant taste and sends the poor diners running for the toilets a few minutes after their meal.

Eastwings chicken tastes delicious and doesn’t use old oil. Dining is truly enjoyable.

3.) Sauces are amazing – We’ve tried a lot of places but most are horrible In those places, you can obviously see a lot of cost cutting measures such as using ketchup as “buffalo sauce”. Some even have a garlic white sauce which only looks good in photographs (taken by a paid blogger) but when we ordered the sauce turned out to be miracle whip mixed with garlic. YUCK.

East wings has great sauces and our absolute favorite is the MANGO JALAPENO chicken and the sauce has green pepper bits. It is also quite fragrant. Highly recommended!

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Visit East Wings unlimited wings and more today! They have a lot of other things on their menu but the chicken is absolutely unforgettable.

East wings unlimited wings and more is located at East block building B, Door 18 & 19 Circumferential Road, Villamonte, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental 6100.

East wings Telephone number: 0942 813 6024
 
East Wings opening hours are 11am – 9pm (May be adjusted for Curfew due to Covid)

East Wings Official Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/eastwingsbcd/

How to get to East Wings Unlimited Wings

Jeepney: Ride a Homesite Central Market Jeepney that will take you past the New Government Center.

Taxi: Just Tell your taxi driver that you want to go to East Wings at East block NGC

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The Bacolod Food Hunters did not accept any freebies, incentives or money for this article. We paid for our own food. We practice ethical blogging.

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