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Wild Wing taking flight

The interior of Wild Wing restaurant.
The interior of Wild Wing restaurant. Pha Lina

Wild Wing taking flight

In addition to being a popular restaurant for dine-in customers, Wild Wing has become a go-to restaurant for Phnom Penh residents with the munchies who want food delivered to their door.

Hem Nalin, owner of Wild Wing, best known for its buffalo wings, said her restaurant’s clientele was mixed, with roughly one half of orders coming from foreign tourists and the rest coming mostly from expat residents and a few locals.

“We started with one customer a day and are now receiving around 10 orders per day,” said Nalin, who previously worked in the food service industry in Australia after attending school on a business management scholarship in 2010.

“We are happy to offer this service to our customers everywhere in the city.”

A waitress making the cocktail for customer.
A waitress making the cocktail for customer. Pha Lina

Deliveries over $10 are free and orders below $10 are charged a $1 delivery fee.

A popular American snack, buffalo wings are a flavourful, often spicy, style of fried chicken wing that was created in Buffalo, New York. Wild Wing offers 15 different flavours of Buffalo wings. Chicken aside, Wild Wing also serves – and delivers – other items including crayfish (think little lobsters) and snow crab.

Located at number 49, Street 294, Wild Wing is filled with flat-screen televisions showing sport and other events as well as free snooker for customers and buy-two-get-one-free drink specials daily from 4pm to 8pm. Delivery orders and advance bookings can be phoned in at 077 827 799 or 015 997 717.

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