Honey gold is the most popular flavor at Ching’s, but it's hard to pass up the challenge of the “suicide” option. Ching's also has its own special seasoning, found on the seasoned wings and French fries, and while the ingredients that are top secret, there are hints of curry, salt, and parsley. Other unique touches are the option to order a small croissant rather than a roll, the marinated carrots and celery that come on the side, and the Orange Mound Punch or G Street Punch -- fruit drinks amped up with extra sugar that form a perfectly sweet counterbalance to the salty wings.
Midtown & Downtown
It kind of makes sense that one of our best BBQ joints would also have some of the best wings. Central’s wings have a nice, smoky taste, and the meat easily falls off the bone. Raw wings are marinated in Louisiana hot sauce for one to two days before being smoked, chilled, and flash fried up to temp. The last step is to season them (wet, naked, jerked, dry spice, honey gold, or sweet heat). Some customers like to order the wings “muddy,” which means they come with a wet sauce and a dry rub. Those customers are friggin' smart.