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gallopin_gourmet Feb 5, 2006 12:03 AM

Looking for "different" chicken wings to enjoy during the Super Bowl tomorrow with friends on the UWS. Blondie's is probably the default for "Buffalo-style" and they deliver. Does anyone know of any yummy chicken wings with an ethnic twist (Thai/Caribbean/Malysian)? I am definitely NOT a wings expert!

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    Nosher RE: gallopin_gourmet Feb 5, 2006 03:17 AM

    You can get Japanese Sansyo Chicken Wings at Soba Koh on East 5th in the EV. Really extraordinary & there's a pic of them on our site.

    Great idea, by the way.

    Nosher

    Link: http://nycnosh.com

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      Lambretta76 RE: Nosher Feb 5, 2006 08:37 AM

      Japanese tebasaki are also particularly good at Kasadela on 11th near C. There's also a shop in the Flatiron that just sells tebasaki and a couple of other items, though I find the ones at Kasadela to be the best I've had outside of Nagoya, Japan.

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        c212 RE: Lambretta76 Feb 5, 2006 10:40 AM

        I think you're thinking of Tebaya on w. 19th. Very good Nagoya style wings. Kasadela's are better IMO, but Tebaya is a take-out place and would be happy to deliver a huge bucket, I'm sure.

        Link: http://www.menupages.com/restaurantde...

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          a&w RE: c212 Feb 6, 2006 10:11 AM

          Indeed. Tebeya did my Super Bowl party proud with their tasty wings!

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      Cpalms RE: gallopin_gourmet Feb 5, 2006 12:21 PM

      On the UWS,Harriets Kitchen has far better wing on than Blondies, and they deliver...

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        csw RE: gallopin_gourmet Feb 5, 2006 10:24 PM

        Too late on this one but WINGZ on 10 st and 3rd ave has 21 variations of Wings!!! They have about 7 levels of buffalo wings but I prefer their dry rub variations (garlic parmesan, lemon pepper, blackened cajun & cool ranch). They also have several types of bbq wings. The wait is long(like 15 minutes) but it is so worth it. I actually call ahead and put my order in for a pickup order.

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          Jay RE: csw Feb 6, 2006 10:20 AM

          Also too late, but Ginger on 116th and 5th does baked chicken wings, instead of fried, and they are very good.

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            ivie RE: csw Feb 6, 2006 11:02 AM

            i've been meaning to try this place. are there seats there to eat in?

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