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Wingman at The Collective

Been visiting the artsy fartsy renovated Warehouse called “The Collective" at Malugay st., Makati every time we are on a "walk from RCBC Plaza to Dian going home mode”. I must say, the place is love - each store/gallery/resto/cafe is unique and creative in its own way, as if every block and passage has its weirdness and coolness to share.

Heard about Wingman from kuya,specifically that their burger passed his "yummy" scale. And thus, because of it, we had the urge to eat there plus we are buffalo wings lovers plus I saw that they have a mini bar that made me hope they serve my favorite Mojito drink =)

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They have a variety of buffalo wings to choose from: Classic Buffalo, Asian Invasion, Honey Mustard, Mango Barbeuce, Garlic Parmesan, Honey Garlic,  Lemon Pepper and Hickory Barbecue.

We ordered Honey Mustard. The sauce was perfect minus its super strong smell (because of the mustard). We also noticed that the order, composing of 6 wing pieces, was not served in proportions of big wing per small wing part (1:1 ratio), we had 1:2 big to small wingpart ratio instead=(

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For the burger, we went safe and ordered their house specialty the “Wingman Burger”. I loved that it tasted really home made-y. The patty had leafy stuff on it which i also loved. The blue cheese tasted well with it. The only bad comment: it was not served BLT-style (burger-lettuce-tomato), In fact, it did not have any vegetable between patty and bun.

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I happily drank my Mojito Mojito, and this time I ordered mine apple flavored. This is just the best fix drink ever,I’d never get tired of the essence of the minty leaves. YAY =)

After the satisfying dinner and drinks, we went strolling. Photoshoot time:

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All in all, Wingman not only serves comfort food- burgers and wings and everything in between, it also offers a place to chill- made possible from interiors;to mini bar to the music being played. =)

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PHOTO CREDIT: ALL PHOTOS BY EISEN JIAO