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4 Fingers Crispy Chicken (Westgate)

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4 Fingers Crispy Chicken guarantees to offer the best crispy chicken ever, with sizzling flavors and spices that pack attitude and punch.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

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Eating chicken with 4 fingers

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4 Fingers, a fast-food chain opened by 4 friends who apparently had their inspiration while they were in New York eating Korean fried chicken. I couldn't help but notice that the entire layout of the store had a blend and integration of designs from new york, korean and Singaporean style of doodling. while it's just chicken and fries, 4 Fingers took a step further by doing away with paper holders and used metal tins instead!

I honestly think that fast-food chain restaurants can offer healthier choices for drinks in future, like introducing herbal tea to go with chicken, you know.

Ordered a chicken chop meal, and apparently it's supposed to be spicy.. but it tasted more of sweet, and it's dripping oil. I don't think it's just soaked in oil, it's not just deep-fried, but they probably marinate it in oil as well because i could feel my lips having a natural oily gloss over it after eating this chunk of chicken which had probably 10 layer of fats over it. Anyway, the entire meal costs $9.95... similar to Everything With Fries. I really love their fries though, they had garnish over it and it smelled delicious!

Similarly, my 'date' ordered a chicken burger and it was $9.95 too! It was really a huge portion but he just gobbled it up in a few seconds, so i guess this isn't the place for a hungry male 'cos you might end up ordering two sets you know... and he ended up eating my fries too (because i can't finish)! I'd recommend that you go for the chicken burger instead of my chicken chop!

we also ordered crispy fried chicken after that, I'd highly recommend this delicious deep fried chicken! Must be a secret recipe for their marinate! 

:) I hope you enjoy 4 fingers chicken.

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• 02 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Transaction 116045 Feb 2, 2015 at 2.41pm.. 2 DBS 18 pcs Combo

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The chickens were not covered with sauce at all and the taste was so bland.  

We ate tasteless chickens..Can you please respond to this most unpleaant experience. It has not been experienced before.  Please let me know why did this happen?
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• 04 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Overrated chicken

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Service counter staff was good. Very friendly when taking orders, and helping you to collect the food when the timer beeps.

Chicken seasoning/coating too sweet. Both versions taste more like sweet sauce then what they are supposed to be.

Fries under seasoned. There was only a clump of kimchi powder on top. Not even tossed properly. Even Mcdonald's toss their fries with salt before serving.
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• 31 Dec 2013 • 83 reviews • 4 followers

Eating chicken with 4 fingers

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Come view more reviews at http://www.littletinysun.com !
4 Fingers, a fast-food chain opened by 4 friends who apparently had their inspiration while they were in New York eating Korean fried chicken. I couldn't help but notice that the entire layout of the store had a blend and integration of designs from new york, korean and Singaporean style of doodling. while it's just chicken and fries, 4 Fingers took a step further by doing away with paper holders and used metal tins instead!

I honestly think that fast-food chain restaurants can offer healthier choices for drinks in future, like introducing herbal tea to go with chicken, you know.

Ordered a chicken chop meal, and apparently it's supposed to be spicy.. but it tasted more of sweet, and it's dripping oil. I don't think it's just soaked in oil, it's not just deep-fried, but they probably marinate it in oil as well because i could feel my lips having a natural oily gloss over it after eating this chunk of chicken which had probably 10 layer of fats over it. Anyway, the entire meal costs $9.95... similar to Everything With Fries. I really love their fries though, they had garnish over it and it smelled delicious!

Similarly, my 'date' ordered a chicken burger and it was $9.95 too! It was really a huge portion but he just gobbled it up in a few seconds, so i guess this isn't the place for a hungry male 'cos you might end up ordering two sets you know... and he ended up eating my fries too (because i can't finish)! I'd recommend that you go for the chicken burger instead of my chicken chop!

we also ordered crispy fried chicken after that, I'd highly recommend this delicious deep fried chicken! Must be a secret recipe for their marinate! 

:) I hope you enjoy 4 fingers chicken.
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