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Kelsey's all you can eat wings

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Aug 16, 2007
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Kelsey's all you can eat wings

Kelsey's have all you can eat wings on Monday to Wednesday for $15.99.
Has anyone tried it? Is it worth the price?
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May 6, 2008
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I was thinking of ordering them a week ago but i was with a few people, so we got the four appetizer thing with the wings. And after trying them i was really glad i didn't go for the AYCE. The sauce was decent, but the meat was pretty bad. It tastes worse than KFC or Pizza Pizza wings.
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Jul 21, 2005
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I tried it at the Kelsey's at morningside.. the one near UofT scarborough.

The wings were dry and the choices limited.
For $15, I wouldn't go back.
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Sep 25, 2006
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I had the the special at the Morningside location as well.

Back in the early 90's Kelsey's served a solid wing. While they are a decent size today, they just don't do it for me. There's something not quite right about them, could be they're a little dry. They often have a bloody pocket next to the bone, I hate that.

They do have about 8 sauces for the wings, most of them are sweet glazes or BBQ sauces used in other portions of their menu. I can't make it through a couple of orders so it's not worth the price.

Warped, try the 5 pound special from the Fossil and Haggis at Military trail and Morningside if you want good wings in the area. I believe it's $23. Best wings in the area.
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Nov 30, 2006
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Dry or sauced up, I like my wings with as little batter as possible. Most places just have too much for me. Any recommendations?
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Jul 11, 2007
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I've had them before and I don't think it's worth it. I think they have about 8 flavours, but none of them are any good. Definitely avoid the lemon pepper dusted wings. They also bring out a large batch of fries with your first order of wings.
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Sep 8, 2004
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Tried it, and it was dry as hell for every batch. Sauce is decent, but it's like smearing sauce on dehydrated wings.

I last tried kelsey wings 10 years ago, and they were good. These are not the same stuff.
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Jun 12, 2003
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tried it in the summer... weren't that dry as you seem to speak of.... but it's not exactly a great deal either..
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AYCE chicken wings makes absolutely no sense to me...

Pay a few more bucks and go to any other buffet restaurant... and they definitely will have chicken wings there, not the greatest but from what people say about Kelsey's wings.. it should be that much different, except for the fact that you have other food choices at the buffet.
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Cerealbowl wrote:
Oct 30th, 2008 8:34 pm
16 bucks for chicken wings makes no sense to me either.
i dont mind kelseys wings cause im not a picky eater. but i agree, who needs AYCE wings for 15 bucks? the 1lb of wings will destroy me easily for a full meal.
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how bout the h00ter wings? :idea:
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Do I love AYCE Wings? Yes
Would I EVER pay $16+tax+tip for AYCE wings? Hellll no.

I can get the mandarin for that and have 4 plates of general t'soz chicken... mmmmm

I also agree that kelseys wings are small. If this was 9.99 it would be alright & comparable to hooters, as the wings are SO different (less batter)
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aw3s0me wrote:
Oct 31st, 2008 10:42 am
i dont mind kelseys wings cause im not a picky eater. but i agree, who needs AYCE wings for 15 bucks? the 1lb of wings will destroy me easily for a full meal.
weak.. i can take down +3lbs of wings with leftover space for beverages... and i only weigh 120lbs (aka: one small guy)
ShadowVlican
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Apr 19, 2005
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I'd rather drive out to Pickering and have one of the following than go to Kelsey's for their AYCE wings:
- AYCE wings at Shagwell's on Sundays (around $13 + beverage)
- AYCE wings/ribs at Lion and Dragon (around $14 + beverage)
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