I’m a hot wing lover from waaaay back. I’ve been to all of Rayford’s local competition. (Mister P’s, D’bo’s, and Wing Stop) I, until the other day, had not been to Rayford’s. I usually don’t travel that way near Berryhill, but I wanted some wings, and something a little different for a change.
I got to Rayford’s right around the time the local schools were getting out so I had a few teen’s waiting on their food ahead of me. The wait wasn’t really that long though. Not nearly as long as I thought. I sit and watched the tv on the wall and waited on my wings.
I ordered the 10 piece hot wing combo with seasoned fries and a drink (and blue cheese). The total came out to just over $11 which is a tad bit more than I’m used to paying at Wing Stop. ($9.80ish)
I was pleasantly surprised to see that my carrots and celerey were also tossed in their hot wing sauce. I had never seen that before, and I admit that I liked it. I think I finished those first. It kinda reminded me of some milder kimchee. The fries were basic frozen fries, but they did add some nice seasoning to them. The wings were good, and different from what I’ve had. The sauce had more of a vinegar taste to it with some nice spices. They were dripping with the sauce as I picked up the first one. I like that…..
I’m a huge lover of hot wings or just good wings in general. (Turkey or chicken with any spice or sauce.) I happen to live in between Rayford’s, Mister P’s, Wing Stop, and D’bo’s. I am happy I finally tried it and I feel I can fully recommend this place to anyone wanting good hot wings. I’m eager to stop by and check out their different sauces, but I think I’ll stop by during lunchtime or later in the evening to avoid the high school crowd.