Grand opening day held today for Hinckley’s Sticky Sisters restaurant – see inside with our photo gallery

Mason Moore & Vaughan Moore | 16 May 2022

THE STICKY SISTERS have opened their newest location in Hinckley’s Crescent shopping complex today (Monday, 16 May).

The interior of the unit decorated with balloons (Image: Mason Moore)

Named after their signature sticky wings and sauces, the Sticky Sisters are the newest occupant to set up shop in The Crescent, inside of the former Burger King.

They opened at 12pm, celebrating with a large prominent balloon arch outside, giving out tasters of their offerings to passers-by, and even serving up four wings for 99p as an ‘opening offer’.

They are serving up chicken wings, a variety of sauces, and even their ‘shakes’ to hungry diners.

Inside the restaurant is also a wheel which randomly selects one of the seventeen sauces available to help indecisive diners choose what they should have with their food – this ranges from cool ranch to the spiciest sauce on the menu, the ‘tearjerker’.

Those wanting to brave the tearjerker sauce on a bigger scale have the option to pay to take part in the ‘Tearjerker’ challenge, where they can even claim their £15 back, if they beast their way through the large serving of the spicy sticky wings.

But, the sauce is so spicy so that hopefuls have to sign a disclaimer to take part in the challenge.

Booth seating and a lounge area has also been created at the side, nearest to Hinckley bus station, fitted with charging ports.

Those who ‘Liked’ the Facebook page for their branch also received an offer of 6 chicken wings for 99p.

Mike Cody, Head of Own Brands for Karali Group, said: “We’re excited to bring our range of sauces and fun dining experience to Hinckley as we continue to build the Sticky Sisters brand.

“We’ll be offering tasters and discounts to celebrate our opening, and we are looking forward to welcoming Hinckley visitors to our brand new restaurant.”

Image gallery

The Hinckley Free Press snapped some opening day photos.

The balloon arch, put together by Balloonatics Party Shop (Image: Mason Moore)
Head of Karali’s Own Brands, Mike Cody, handing out tasters (Image: Mason Moore)
Tasters were being served up to Crescent shoppers (Image: Mason Moore)
The wheel randomises what sauces diners should have (Image: Mason Moore)
‘Four wings for 99p’ was a popular deal (Image: Mason Moore)
The Sticky Sisters’ burgers and wraps menu offerings (Image: Mason Moore)
The newly-created ‘lounge’ area, fitted with booths (Image: Mason Moore)
A cheese fries, nacho slam, and small Coke (Image: Mason Moore)
The ‘Halloumi One’ burger (Image: Mason Moore)
Free Press reporter, Mason Moore, with his food (Image: Vaughan Moore)
Free Press reporter, Vaughan Moore, gives the newly-opened branch a ‘thumbs up’ of approval (Image: Mason Moore)

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