AN alleged Buffalo Wild Wings employee has shared how the restaurant coats their wings in sauce, prompting outrage from consumers who were disgusted by the process.
It shows how the wings are allegedly coated in sauce leaving some viewers saying they felt “sick.”
The video was shared on Instagram by user Robert Calver @gaboot.
In the clip, the user records the restaurant‘s kitchen, filled with various sauces and implements.
“How to make the Parmesan Garlic traditional wings at Buffalo Wild Wings,” reads the text over the video.
The cook takes a tray and covers it with paper and then proceeds to prepare the wings, which are already cooked.
He grabs a bowl that already has sauce in it and that reads “parm garlic,” adding the wings.
He then adds more parm garlic sauce and tosses the wings, serving them in their tray, where they’ll be handed out to customers.
While the wings look appetizing, viewers were disturbed by the fact that the sauce bowl isn’t washed after tossing the wings.
In fact, the video shows multiple dirty sauce bowls, indicating that this method isn’t a one-off but the way in which the restaurant operates.
Costumers of the restaurant were quick to point out how unsanitary the video looked.
“Okay but they don’t wash the buckets out after each use?” wrote a viewer.
“I think I’m going to be sick,” wrote someone else.
“Why did I assume they toss the wings in a clean bowl?”
“Why do y’all got us waiting for an hour and a half then if it’s this easy,” wrote another viewer.
“Kinda makes you wanna barf,” wrote a viewer on Instagram.
Buffalo Wild Wings has been reached out for comment.