Sticks & Wings, a labour of love for founder Mr Toh Kai Wei, is bringing Singapore some of the city’s finest wings and things (on sticks). Popular for their affordable lunch sets and charcoal-grilled specialties, Sticks & Wings has managed to make a name for itself in the city’s competitive foodie scene. With opening hours every day of the week, you can visit this popular restaurant on Clementi Street (just off of Sunset Lane) any time your food-on-stick cravings strike
Led by teacher-turned-restaurateur, Kai Wei opened up his restaurant in Singapore’s Clementi in order to feed fellow city dwellers his favourite dishes, which happen to be wings and satay. Using a charcoal grill, Sticks and Wings’ chefs do their wings barbeque-style, ensuring the best taste by allowing the meat to attain a perfectly smoky flavour. Found just off of Sunset Lane on Clementi Street, Sticks & Wings serves street food with attitude.
The perfect place for lunch, Sticks & Wings offers up a lot of bang for your buck. Come by around midday and order one of the restaurant’s affordable lunch sets, like the sesame oil chicken wings set or the sweet & sour dory fillet set, all served up with rice, vegetables and egg. You can even take them to-go, but we recommend dining in for the full experience. Try the chicken or pork satay, or go rogue and get the BBQ stingray, a popular item that has diners from all over Singapore raving. Reserve ahead for a fun meal at this laidback restaurant in Clementi.
My friends and I ordered wings, prawn omelette and stingrays. All were awesome, especially the wings! The wings were out of this world! The omelette is also a must-try. Service was great, very attentive. We will be back for more!
Had the sambal stingray, chicken wings and chicken satay. The sambal and chili are their own creations and they provide the badly needed 'kick' lacking in many sauces you find else where these days. Will definitely be back for more!
Quiet place for family meal. Able to communicate with kids while enjoying food. Service was good but cafe was a bit crammed. Food rates average.