The Butchers Club Burger’s New Fiery Chicken Wings Rule the Roost and Welcome the Chinese New Year of the Rooster with Punch-Packing Drumettes
The Butchers Club Burger welcomes the Chinese New Year of the Rooster with lip-smacking new chicken wings that will have guests fighting for the last piece.
House-made using Hazeldene’s free-range and hormone-free chicken from Australia, the new Red Fire Rooster Wings (HK$88/6 pieces; $50/3 pieces) are delightfully sticky with the perfect amount of crunch.
The carefully developed recipe utilises only the first joint of the wing — the drumette — delivering all of the flavour without the fussiness or mess usually associated with a bucket of wings.
As per The Butchers Club Burger’s authentic approach to food, the irresistible wings are an approachable yet expertly executed comfort dish. To guarantee big flavour and unparalleled juiciness, the succulent mini drumsticks are marinated overnight in fresh buttermilk, then coated in a secret house blend of herbs, spices and seasoning before being deep fried to crisp perfection. Finally, the, golden drumettes are dunked in a vibrant and tangy concoction of Frank’s RedHot sauce, brown sugar and butter. The fiery wings are served with a classic blue cheese dip that slices through spice and coats the mouth with a moreish smack that is simultaneously sharp and creamy.
In the spirit of good fortune, The Butchers Club Burger will kick off the launch of Red Fire Rooster Wings with an unbeatable happy hour promotion*. Starting the 16th of February, guests can enjoy a 5 bottles Peroni Beer Bucket and serving of six Red Fire Rooster Wings for only HK$220.
The Butchers Club Burger’s new Red Fire Rooster Wings pack a serious punch, and are a hassle free pre-burger appetiser, or a moreish snack to enjoy alongside of a cold bottle of cold beer.
* Available Monday to Friday, 4-7pm for the duration of February and March 2017.
The Butchers Club's Southside Market Long Lunch is back! Tickets for the Brothers Grimm-style, fairytale Halloween boo-nanza are now on sale.
Watch this space for more details on the menu, entertainment, the pumpkin carving competition and prizes for the best costumes! All guests, including children age 4-17 (3 and under are free) must purchase the all-you-can-eat food package for $250 and adults can add-on a free-flow wine/beer drinks package ($200 online and $250 at the door). Ticket Here
History of The Steak Diane
In the 19th century, sauces made “a la Diane” were dedicated to Diana the Rome goddess and was originally served as an accompaniment to venison. Sauce a la Diane was composed of cream, truffles, and ample amounts of black pepper. The first written mention of Sauce Diane comes from the culinary icon Auguste Escoffier in 1907. In this Artcile we teach you how to re-create the original recipe at home.