- Restaurant specialising in chicken wings, using a family’s famous recipe.
- Juicy and flavourful chicken wings with a crispy and less oily exterior.
- Menu includes a wide variety of sides and finger food.
- Valid for dine-in and take away.
- Redeem an unlimited number of Groupons per visit.
- Valid within 2 months from date of purchase.
- Bukit Merah: valid from Jul 3, 2015 onwards.
- Duxton: valid from Jul 4, 2015 onwards.
- Bukit Merah: Tue – Sun: 12pm - 2.30pm / 5.30pm - 9.30pm).
- Duxton: 11.30am - 9pm daily (not including eve of public holidays and public holidays).
- Not valid with other promotions and discounts.
- Present printed or smartphone voucher on arrival.
- 119, Bukit Merah Lane 1 Salute, 15119 Singapore. Tel: 9667 0368
- No. 1 Cantonment Road #01-01 The Pinnacle @ Duxton, 080001 Singapore. Tel: 9667 0368
See the rules that apply to all deals.
- $15 for $25 cash voucher
- $30 for $50 cash voucher
Founded by chicken wings-enthusiast Jeremy, Two Wings serves up classic wings inspired by his granduncle’s recipe, with a twist of modern flavours. The establishment also offers a variety of finger foods like burritos, potato wedges, jalapeno cream cheese poppers, and fries to foodies that pair well with icy beer from its neighbouring stall, making it ideal for get-togethers and group meetups.
Facebook: Two Wings Pte Ltd
My craving for chicken wings can be satisfied but can never be satiated. And no need to guess too hard where I’d go for delicious wings now. To more chicken wings days at Two Wings! – June 17, 2014
Using chicken thigh, the chicken cutlet was extremely juicy and succulent inside with the signature super crisp exterior. It was like having a chicken chop disguised as a chicken cutlet, wearing a crispy coat over it. – June 17, 2014
Two Wings’ slogan is “One just isn’t enough!” It’s true. I wanted to stop at two. I went on to three, and that’s after dinner. – July 27, 2014
– Daniel Ang
Something worth mentioning is the homemade garlic chilli sauce which is similar to the ones we eat for chicken rice. It’s more zesty with strong garlic glavour. Superb pairing with the wings! – Sep 12, 2014
– Miss Tam Chiak