Okay, I know what you’re thinking. Me hanging out at HOOTERS on a Saturday night must be odd, right? Well if you mention a few words like chicken wings, burgers and curley fries, then that’s my entertainment and happy meal for the night. You’d be surprised HOOTERS is a family restaurant not just for the males but women and children. In fact inside looks reasonably nice, glossy wooden tables and chairs with a collection of American road signs and a massive open bar area. There’s at least 2 dozen of plasma screen TV’s mostly broadcasting a range of sports and perhaps most customers are too busy concentrating recent hockey scores than the HOOTER girls, who are dressed in trademark white singlets, mini tangerine shorts and who can forget their lovely BIG personalities, so attractive.
Well Hello Nikki.
I have just the way to kick start this post , boys and girls I present to you 20 Pieces Boneless Chicken ($28.95)!!! Arriving pipping hot from the deep fryer land. This famous boneless chicken is glistening ominoulsy with SUPER THICK and STICKY orangey sauce. The flavour is addictively sweet and tasty. The spiciness level of these chickens will depend on the choice of hot sauce. Votes were in and medium spiciness for the table.
20 Pieces MEIDUM Boneless Chicken ($28.95)
I’ve been looking for you Fried Pickles ($9.95) – I know it sounds a bit extreme but I’ve got to stop sounding so uptight and live a little. We are in HOOTERS! Let’s have a little DEEP-FRIED pickle. We were warned about this dish. And I don’t normally eat pickle, believe it or not. I try to avoid it as much as I can but this basket of lightly breaded sliced pickles is the BOMB! The pickle brings a new crunch. It is dredged in a tasty pickle juice coating and is perfectly golden brown. And if you want to challenge the pickle flavour then dip those babies into the creamy cheese sauce.
Fried Pickles ($9.95)
Well that’s not fair when I turn my head for a split second and this is what I have left. I shouldn’t be shocked at all how these wings can disappear in the matter of seconds. The 20 pieces of MEDIUM Chicken Wings ($24.95) is a tad different to the boneless chicken. That’s because these wings have bones in them. Bet you didn’t know that right? 😛 As well as less saucer but still freaken tasty.
20 Pieces of MEDIUM Chicken Wings ($24.95)
TV Entertainment for ALL AGES
I am glad HOOTERS is on top of this stuff, off course I am talking about the Western BBQ Burger ($19.95). Their is just so much stuffing in this burger like juicy slices of bacon, deep-fried onion rings, fresh lettuces, melted American cheddar cheese and fat chunky beefy patty that is more than a mouthful. Aside from the burger there’s a handful of curley fries.
Western BBQ Burger ($19.95)
Can you handle this?
For the Quesadillas- Steak ($19.95) a light fluffy warm tortilla filled with a savory mixture of fat juicy chunks of steak and layers and layers of melted cheese served with red tomato based Mexican rice and fresh salad. Least popular appetiser for the table but I think that’s because it’s missing the smashed avocado that adds the delicious twist on an old Mexican favourite.
Quesadillas- Steak ($19.95)
And you thought we couldn’t handle MEDIUM wings…Well hello HOT WING department. Would you dare to refuse the 20 Pieces of HOT Chicken Wings ($24.95) ? These wings were a spontaneous creation for the table. River of oil kept flowing out at every single bite. The spice is overwhelming for a beginner but medium-hot for the intermediates. You may need to be saved from their cheese sauce ($0.50) if ever your in doubt and can’t conqueror the entire piece of wing. The chicken wings can’t be described in words, it’s a feeling you’d have to experience it yourself.
20 Pieces of HOT Chicken Wings ($24.95)
It is ridiculous how the Rib Combo ($49.95) – HALF pork ribs with 300 grams rump with curley fries can be pretty massive for 2 people. For a real awesome value this beast of a plate is suppose to be for 1 person however if you can tank it alone then order it. Let me start describing the pork ribs– slow-smoked baby back ribs covered with HOOTERS BBQ glaze. Can you see how HOOTERS sauce ’em up real nice? Caution: Those ribs involve a lot finger licking from the sauce. Glad that’s not over because the juicy rump is so firm and flavoursome that I squealed out loud.
Rib Combo ($49.95)
Can’t pin down how HOOTERS fries are so freaken curley.
SHOT GUNS pork rib! Oink.
Mr Clarke Kent spotted one super lengthy fries sitting on his wooden plate. This potato must be between 25-30cm long. C-R-A-Z-Y!!!
Have you heard of the saying “No Curls, No Girls” ?
Women’s toilet sign
My HOOTER experience was almost over and I just couldn’t say goodbye to our lovely waitress Nickki without taking a photo with her. You see what I did to my face? Haha. DIY troll emotion icon. I couldn’t help it.
That is an amazing pair of eyes Nikki. Don’t you think? 😛
Sweet way to say good-bye Nikki.
(Note: Ignore the price of the bill as this post did not mention a few items.)
Apart from HOOTERS world-famous buffalo chicken wings, premium juicy beef burgers and extremely curley fries, HOOTERS atmosphere is definitely unlike any other…as there is always something fun happening every minute. Yes, it is kind of overlooked at because of the girls but amazingly each of their dishes we ordered from the menu is very decent. Do order a few drinks while watching sport games as it adds an extra vibe to your entertainment.
Free balloon to take home.
Photos by Vanny Tang
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