Stepping in to place the order, it feels like a wing joint like none other, greeted with a smile and a crew member who was very patent with me. I placed my order and was told that it would take about 8-10 minutes for the order to be made ready. With that you know it’s made to order and you have some time to kill. I recommend browsing the game store the next door over. It was a small wait but ultimately worth it.
A burger that is, ½ a pound of beef, add cheese (50 cents), and add bacon ($1.00), what do you get? A burger and a side wedge fries that costs $8.50 and is worth every penny. All Wing Zone burgers are roughly the size of a C.D. and come cooked well done, with a side of wedge fries, and another box containing all of your condiments (lettuce, tomato, onions, ketchup, mustard, and mayo). After some small assembly the burger is complete and you are hooked for the first bite, the burger tastes amazing, with a near perfect meat to bun ratio and you can actually taste the meat compared to other fast food restaurants. The fries that come with the burger are wedge form and complement the burger very well and taste excellent with a small kick from the spices.
Fault wise, the burger has a fresh taste but doesn’t look the part; the patty has more of a pre-made look and doesn’t look like it was made with fresh ground beef. If you add the condiments expect a different taste as the lettuce and onion overpower the burger and leads to a different experience that can lead to disappointment, as it just seems the condiments would make for a better salad then burger topping.
Overall the combination of the burger and fries leads to a tasty lunch or dinner that will leave you full, but at $7.00 a burger and extra for the toppings the burger is expensive and would serve better as a once every two weeks or so type of meal. If I have to give a rating, I’d give it 4 out of 5. Good but lacking in that missing piece to make it great.