Review: 4Fingers Crispy Chicken (Singapore)

4Fingers Crispy Chicken: Chicken Wings, Cheese Sticks & Cheezstacks Burger

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4Fingers Crispy Chicken

does korean style fried chicken, burgers, fries, rice boxes, etc. Really crispy and nice.

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Fried Chicken

A selection of fried chicken are available with choice of soy garlic sauce or spicy sauce. Above is their fried chicken wing glazed with soy garlic sauce that is slightly savoury and slightly sweet. The fried chicken wing has a light batter, is crispy outside but the meat is kind of dry. Still rather likeable though.

Monster Tower Burger

The monster tower burger is literally a monster. This towering burger comes with 2 huge thick stabs of fried chicken meat, a slice of cheese, lettuce, tomato and thousand island sauce, sandwich in between a burger bun. The fried chicken meat is very crispy and glazed with your choice of sauce. This burger is absolutely satisfying. I like it. Thumbs up!

Cheezstacks Burger

The cheezstacks burger comes with a piece of crispy chicken meat, a slice of cheese, 2 cheese sticks, some lettuce and sprinkled with cheese powder. Spicy sauce is chosen for this. It is a bit spicy and a bit sweet. Tastes good with the crispy chicken. It is likeable.

Cheese Sticks

The cheese sticks has a crispy batter outside with a piece of soft melty cheese filling inside. Decent.

Seaweed Fries

The fries are kind of soft. Seasoned with seaweed powder. Rather ordinary.

Drumsticks Rice Box

Rice box is available as well with choice of mains. Seen above is with fried drumstick glazed with spicy sauce. The rice provided is the sticky type. It is topped with some seaweed and soya sauce. A small serving of kimchi is provided at the side. It is spicy with a note of limey. The fried chicken drumstick is crispy and nice. Quite likeable too.

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LOCATIONS

4Fingers Crispy Chicken

#01-1316
56 New Upper Changi Rd

Singapore 461056

159
Rochor Road

Singapore 188434

#01-38/39
Causeway Point

Singapore 738099

#B2-02 (public)
Changi Airport T3

Singapore 819663

#01-03/04
321 Clementi

Singapore 129905

#01-15A
JEM

Singapore 608549

#01-32
Junction 8

Singapore 579837

#03-34
Jurong Point

Singapore 648886

#01-29
Stars Of Kovan

Singapore 534733

#01-414
163 Ang Mo Kio Ave 4

Singapore 560163

#01-09/10/12
Northshore Plaza II

Singapore 820418

#01-04/05
Orchard Gateway

Singapore 238858

#01-89/90/K1
Paya Lebar Square

Singapore 409051

#01-26
The Venue Shoppes

Singapore 347836

#01-39/40
Tampines 1

Singapore 529536

#01-105
Tiong Bahru Plaza

Singapore 168732

#02-120
VivoCity

Singapore 098585

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