Lately, a new crop of restaurants have popped up that specialize in Chicken Wings. Among them: Bon Chon, Flaming Wings, and the newest addition to the list: Sunrise Buckets.

Sunrise Buckets has a relaxed “surf shack” feel. Short boards are liberally spread out and, outside, a wall with a picture of a wave with a surfboard in front so your friends can see you surfing with all your clothes on.

Sunrise Buckets has 3 main categories of Chicken Wings. The first category they named “Awesome” (with flavors made for the Philippine palate) has 3 variants: Smokin BBQ Wings, Crispy Wings, and Juan’s Buffalo Wings. 1/2 pound (4-5 pcs) costs P145. 1 pound (8-10 pcs) costs P275. 2 and 1/2 pounds (20-24 pcs) costs P625. 5 pounds (48-52 pcs) costs P1350.

The next category named “Wipeout” (flavors inpired by the US & Canada) has 5 variants: Sunrise Original Wings, Hickory Wings, Teriyaki Wings, Real American Buffalo Wings, and Black Peppered Wings. 1/2 pound (4-5 pcs) costs P155. 1 pound (8-10 pcs) costs P295. 2 and 1/2 pounds (20-24 pcs) costs P655. 5 pounds (48-52 pcs) costs P1395.

The last category named “Cloud 9” (original flavors of Sunrise buckets) has 5 variants: Jack Daniel’s Wings, Ultimate Crazy Hot Wings, Honey Mustard Wings, Honey Jalapeno Wings, and Garlic Parmesan Wings. 1/2 pound (4-5 pcs) costs P220. 1 pound (8-10 pcs) costs P395. 2 and 1/2 pounds (20-24 pcs) costs P895. 5 pounds (48-52 pcs) costs P1895.

We ordered the Real American Buffalo Wings (Hot), Jack Daniel’s Wings, and the Honey Jalapeno Wings.

Basically, the chicken are all the same, they are just smothered in different sauces. They are pretty well cooked however. No blood, which is a turn off for most people. The skin was also quite crispy and was able to carry whichever flavor/sauce they were smothered in.

The Real American Buffalo Wings’ spiciness was just right. It was sufficiently spicy but not too spicy – you still want to lick your fingers after. Ginger really enjoyed this one.

The Jack Daniel’s Wings was, for me, the best in the bunch. It had the sweetness you expect from Jack Daniel’s and it was just perfect on the crunchy skin of the chicken wing.

The Honey Jalapeno was inspired. As the name suggests, it was sweet but had a distinct jalapeno tang. It’s definitely something you want to try because it’s very different from the standard offerings in other Chicken Wing places.

The Poutine Fries (Solo @ P115) was disappointing though. They would’ve been better if they were crunchy. The sauce was a mix of gravy and cheese but I can’t taste the cheese anymore — even though visually it was all that you saw.

I did wish that more napkins are provided. They do provide some plastic gloves but I think chicken wings are best eaten with one’s bare hands so they don’t really work that well for me.

With sauces well thought out and the chicken perfectly cooked, Sunrise Buckets is well worth a try.

Details:
Sunrise Buckets
Telephone No: 477-7636
Madison Square Greenhills (across ICA, Xavier School and Ash Creek Center)
Sunrise Bucket’s Facebook Page
Sunrise Bucket’s Mutliply Page

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Here are links to other restaurants who specialize in chicken wings:
Chicken Charlie
Craft Pub and Grill (Fort Strip)
Bon Chon Chicken (Greenbelt)
Flaming Wings (Katipunan)

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    Thank you so much for your great comments. We will definitely attend to your suggestions. We hope to see you once again at Sunrise Buckets.

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