As talked about previously mentioned, some of the sandwiches are dry rub. For some others, the rooster is tossed in sauce, giving it a much more sturdy taste than competitors’ sandwiches, which may perhaps increase a dollop of sauce, but ordinarily on the bun. Considering that the bun is from time to time smaller than the rooster, this signifies you may possibly not flavor any sauce in your very first few bites, and you’re likely getting significantly less sauce total considering the fact that it’s not the much larger sandwich component, the chicken, which is sauced.
For this rationale, I believed the saucy sandwiches in Wingstop’s lineup defeat out competitors for consistency of flavor with every bite. You understood each individual bite would have the meant taste because the rooster, not the bun, was coated in sauce, and pretty evenly and generously at that.