Wing Fury

Clayfield

Wing Fury at Clayfield is a slice of buffalo wing heaven, with flavours ranging from honey garlic to Korean, sticky Vietnamese, teriyaki or Mongolian barbecue.

And that's not all - this cosy American eatery also serves up a unique range of pizzas, burgers and hot dogs along with some of Brisbane's most quirky desserts.

Wing Fury Clayfield

Some of the popular pizzas on offer include the buffalo fury, fatality, maple bacon, new yorker, porky pie and the omega supreme. American-style sides on offer are traditional shoestring fries, garlic knots, onion rings and cauliflower bites while a wide range of soft drinks will help wash it all down.

Wing Fury Clayfield

Desserts are also worth experiencing at Wing Fury with the likes of deep fried chocolate and banana burritos, ice cream, or chocolate dessert nachos available.

Wing Fury Clayfield

Each table at Wing Fury comes with a different board game, paper and colored pencils which are an excellent way to pass the time while wings and pizzas are being prepared.

Wing Fury Clayfield

Need to know - Wing Fury offers BYO, dine-in, take-away and home delivery, and is conveniently located right next to Eagle Junction Station.

In a nutshell - Traditional American style buffalo wings, pizzas and burgers suitable for all the family.

By Lucy Hordern

Wing Fury

256 Junction Rd

Clayfield

Opening hours

BYO

3161 4696

Map

256 Junction St Clayfield

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