|No food cart picture, but here's their menu (click to enlarge)|
|Lava wings on the left, Extreme wings on the right|
The Lava sauce is basically a traditional buffalo wing sauce, in my opinion. But I preferred the Extreme sauce; it was a perfect balance of sweet and heat here. The mix of habanero peppers and honey gave an ideal "sweet and heat" combination for my taste buds.
The wings (fresh chicken wings, NOT frozen!) were cooked to order, so I got fresh, temperature-hot wings right out of the fryer. The wings were then put into a pitcher. The sauce was added in, and then the pitcher is shaken around to evenly coat each wing. See what I just wrote in this paragraph? This is the reason why King's Wings gets a very favorable rating from me.
Food carts are not known for their in-house dining experience (so that does not apply here).
I think the six wings were worth $4.50 and then some. This is why you hit up the Portland food carts. You can get excellent food at a great price. Considering that I love fresh, hot chicken wings and spice, this food cart is a gold mine to me. 8.5/10