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Randy's Wing Bar

Restaurants, Chicken Aldgate
3 out of 5 stars
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Time Out says

3 out of 5 stars

A grab-and-go second site, just off Fenchurch Street.

No one goes to Fenchurch Street to hang out. It’s just one massive thoroughfare, which is a shame because just off it is the lip-smacking second outpost of chicken specialist Randy’s Wing Bar. The constant rolling TV makes it feel like a proper American wing bar, while the menu is just the opposite: think punchy fusion twists that extend beyond chicken – a smoked honey margarita, in between mouthfuls of moreish paprika chicken scratchings, was heaven.

While snacks and sides seriously hold their own (tangy red cabbage slaw and bacon-loaded fries especially), it’s the generous portions of wings you need in your life. The five styles have a globetrotting slant: harissa-infused ‘Casablanca’ wings came dotted with chewy sumac onions and a sweet minty dressing, while the meat of the sticky, fragrant ‘Gangnam’ fried wings practically tumbled off the bone. Chook strips paid tribute to the stinging heat of a trad buffalo sauce, so the truffle blue-cheese dressing was a welcome ice bucket for the tongue. Perhaps not destination dining – the eating area is a little squashed – but if you’re peckish at post-work drinks in the area, swing by for the wings and you can bank on good things.

By: Megan Carnegie



Address: 30-33 Minories
Transport: Tube: Aldgate
Price: Dinner for two with drinks and service: around £80.
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5 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

5 / 5

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Did someone say all-you-can-eat wings?! Yes please! 

This offer applies for the Buffalo Wings, the BBQ Wings, and the Korean Gangnam Wings. My favourite was probably the buffalo because there was a good kick to it, it was covered in a good amount of sauce, and the blue cheese on top added the perfect amount of flavour. The Korean wings were quite unique in my opinion, not a marinade I've seen in other restaurants and it really reminded me of this Korean noodle dish called Jajamyeon. It was tasty but a little too salty for me after a while. I was hesitant to try the BBQ wings because I'm not a big fan of BBQ but these were surprisingly good. I could really taste and smell the smokiness of the BBQ and it had a good spice to it! 

We came during happy hour too so £3.50 glasses of prosecco it was! A really good deal all around and the staff are great at making sure our wings were topped up and fresh throughout our meal. 


I love a good chicken wing and I had heard great things about Randys, so I couldn’t wait to try them!

We went on a Monday night for a ‘unlimited wing night’

These wings were da bom. You can eat as many wings as possible from three flavours; gagnam, buffalo and bbq!

The buffalo sauce with the blue cheese dip was deep my favourite and I’m not quite quite how many I devoured.

The booking process was smooth and easy and Tom was helpful.

The waiters and service can’t be faulted and the wings were 5 stars! I will definitely be back.

Ps ask for wipes, they have a stack but don’t put them on the tables.


First off-- shame on you Time Out. This is about chicken wings. It is not fried chicken as what people think of. No my friend, if you want chicken wings.. go here. Randy's has some of the best Buffalo wings in London. Period. They have other delicious flavours of wings (highly recommend the casablanca wings), but the Buffalo wings are king. They also have the all-you-can-eat wings on Monday, a great deal. 

I guess they have fried chicken sandwich... but that a fried chicken place does that not make. (Sorry Shakespeare) 

Friendly staff, with the owners usually in attendance, its a great addition to the area. 

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