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Duff's Famous Wings

Posted by Staff / Listed on January 2, 2008 / review policy

Duff's definitely knows how to serve up award winning wings. Don't get too cocky the first time you visit as they will warn you that medium IS hot, medium hot IS very hot, and hot IS very very hot!



Jay / May 4, 2008 at 01:15 am
Great sauces, but the wings are (still)slightly over cooked.
Megs / December 10, 2008 at 09:42 am
Love these wings! Make sure to get the dill sauce with the celery - it's delicious!

I have never found the wings to be over cooked at all. They are always covered in a yummy layer of sauce and crunchy underneath. The honey garlic wings are scrumptious!
Conicella / January 30, 2009 at 01:33 pm
Agree, they have the best wings in Toronto. No other place comes close.

Mike A. / February 3, 2009 at 04:38 pm
This is the 2nd Toronto location. The first is located on Bayview, but nothing compares to the original hole in the wall located in Amherst, NY.
ep / May 11, 2009 at 06:54 pm
Get the hot honey garlic they are to die for!!!
Madame / October 19, 2009 at 12:11 am
They are great. I used to work here and I know first hand that these babies are FRESH and never small. If you let your server know, they will have them cooked to your liking. If you want them crispy -- tell them you want them well done or if you don't like them drenched in sauce, then ask for them "not too saucy" or "dry" if you want them to have so little sauce that it almost seems like a dry rub. They also have tons of other menu items if you want the sauce and not the wings. The saucy fingers are to die for.
uncle john / November 19, 2009 at 11:17 am
I love wings and these are the best, much much much better than any of those other places. Highly recommend to chicken wing lovers!!!! They are opening in Richmond Hill, NW corner of Bathurst and Rutherford. My wife has salon on the NE corner of Bathurst and Rutherford, I'll visit her more often, thanks Duffs.
Christine replying to a comment from Mike A. / November 29, 2009 at 07:58 pm
try all star wings in richmond hill. i would bet it could compete
Ben / February 17, 2010 at 11:06 am
#1 Wings In Toronto
Ben / February 17, 2010 at 11:06 am
#1 Wings In Toronto
Cathy / June 1, 2010 at 06:25 pm
As a crazed wing fanatic I can say they taste great but I find that they are a tiny bit too large for me at times. I like to be able to stick the entire wing in my mouth and tear off the meat with my teeth. Sounds a bit odd but it is also makes the wing experience a bit more enjoyable to me. Also, the Armageddon, while hot, is not the hottest I have found in the city. I am still on the quest for the hottest wing in town (but with a good flavor of course). They are in my Top 5 wing establishments but are by no means #1. That I have yet to find. Right now, there are only a select number of wing establishments that hover near the top spot. They need to meet my 4 perfect standards: heat, taste, texture (not breaded or battered) and size. There are a few that have nailed 2 or 3 of the requirements but never all 4 at once and therefore can't quite reach that level of all around perfection.
Billyian / February 17, 2011 at 04:40 pm
I concur with the hot and honey as the best flavour and the dill sauce for the celery. My vote for best wings in TO as well
Mike / May 4, 2011 at 07:55 pm
Since i first went to the bathurst and rutherford location in january i've been just about every single tuesday. Last night i went and on our table was 20 armageddon 10 death and 10 honey garlic. Death is the best tasting wings i've ever had and hot is second. I've eaten 15 death before and last night was 8 armageddon damn those are hot. Allstars sucks don't waste your money and that teenager infused junk box. H bomb doesnt even come close to death and allstars doesnt serve armageddon since too many wimpy people complained about it. The only other legitimate wing place around is st louis and i'll happily give st louis my money anyday. they happen to have a really great wing. small but full of flavour and nicely cooked with some awesome cripsy wedges to go with. Don't get the fries at duffs.
glen / July 15, 2011 at 03:53 pm
I've been to duff's and there wings are ok,but i don't like that you have to pay extra for the armageddon or the death sauce i mean were already are taking chances, why add injury to insult and add extra 2 bucks for theses sauses that they don't even make from scratch,but comes from a bottle imported from the US.If you want great wings try KC Mcfly's in Scarboruogh.They use special broaster deep friers that not only make the chicken crispy on the inside ,but moist on the outside(kfc uses these).
COFFEEHOLIC / December 23, 2011 at 10:59 pm
Better than any wings' restaurants. I tried the ones in mid-town near south of Eglinton Ave. E. and got a wonderful deal + good taste on every fingers (deal only on Tues). Service is nice.
Tony / January 19, 2012 at 05:46 pm
My family owns a restraunt around the corner from college street duffs then when they opened a location across the street from my house (bathurst & rutherford) i was so happy for a while i was there every tuesday i am now i bus boy DUFFS WINGS ARE THE BEST
Greg / August 19, 2013 at 02:56 pm
There really is no question about it, Duffs' has the best classic buffalo wings in Toronto. Allen's is next up with the best sauce. But Duff's is pretty un-throneable.
Dean replying to a comment from glen / August 14, 2015 at 11:19 pm
Hey there Glen, The death and Armageddon sauces are actually made in house from scratch!

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