UST Food Spot: Wing St.

UST Food Spot: Wing St.

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Chicken has been and still is the trending food here in the Philippines. From the undying Jollibee fried-chicken of childhood years to the KFC’s non-stop gravy refill and different varieties of chicken recipe today, still Chicken has its own spot to every featured menu. We were at the UST Paskuhan on search for a low budgeted food around its vicinity. We headed to P.Noval and stumbled upon this simple, humbling establishment- Wing St. It wasn’t the ambiance or the interior that drew my gaze to their place but the word “wing” in their name. Its chicken wings that made me take the shot.


Upon stepping in, we were welcomed by a narrow pavement leading to their counter where they take your order, and on the left side you’ll see a hand doodled design of their menu. The place may not be too roomy for five or more people but they have prepared chairs and tables for big groups of diners outside. They render affordable and cheap prices for their chicken wings, truly a good place for students and low budgeted single professionals:


Chicken wings

Value meal – P69.00 (w/ iced tea) add P30.00 for classic solo fries

Rice meal – 79.00 (w/rice) add P26.00 for iced tea

Flavors to choose from:

  • Asian
  • BBQ
  • Buffalo
  • Garlic Parmesean


  • Classic P30.00
  • Overload P50.00


  • Wicked Oreos P40.00

Additional Rice P12.00

Additional Sauce P10.00

  • Ranch
  • BBQ
  • Cheese

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We ordered two Buffalo wings rice meal with ranch dip for only Php 79.00 each. Their buffalo recipe has its own unique kick of spiciness, and I must say that with the affordable prices, their food correctly justifies it- “swak sa panlasa at sa bulsa”.



The owners Angelo Lleander and Khaori Sato, proud FEU Tamarraws, were inspired by Wingman based at Makati which left Angelo with the aspiration to create his own unique recipe of Buffalo wings. “Kumain kasi ako doon. At yun na,” Angelo said as he shared Wing St’s story. They started 13th of November this year, and now they’re planning on expanding their menu. Wing St. shared their motto with us, “Come hungry, leave happy”.



I must say that with my dining experience at Wing St. and the sight of the happy diners around me, Wing St. is a really good go-to place for students and low budgeted folks like me.


Address: 1223 Delos Reyes st. corner P.Noval

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