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4 Fingers Crispy Chicken (ION Orchard)

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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

+65 18004274779
$9 based on 66 submissions
Lunch (20 votes), Dinner (14 votes), Take Away (14 votes)
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Kind of overrated

The restaurant is extremely cramped with limited seats packed very tightly together. There wasn't any staff on the floor and most diners don't clear their own tables either so it can be very difficult to find a clean seat. However, the professionalism of the service staff made up for that as the lady at the counter was very friendly and patient with the customers. Food-wise, I didn't think it was impressive nor was it valuable or would make me want to return repeatedly, but it was acceptable.

Read full review with pictures here:
http://yveyanxi.blogspot.sg/2015/02/4fingers-ion-orchard.html

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• 06 Feb 2015 • 33 reviews • 1 follower

Kind of overrated

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The restaurant is extremely cramped with limited seats packed very tightly together. There wasn't any staff on the floor and most diners don't clear their own tables either so it can be very difficult to find a clean seat. However, the professionalism of the service staff made up for that as the lady at the counter was very friendly and patient with the customers. Food-wise, I didn't think it was impressive nor was it valuable or would make me want to return repeatedly, but it was acceptable.

Read full review with pictures here:
http://yveyanxi.blogspot.sg/2015/02/4fingers-ion-orchard.html
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• 13 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

delicious chicken but bad-mannered kitchen staff

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Chicken is delicious. But the waiting time is excessive. And rude kitchen staff. I went over to ask if my order is being forgotten as all my friends who ordered after me had received their meal 20 minutes ago. The male kitchen staff frowned and said rudely (with hostile eyes) "give me one minute!" / maybe staff is over-stretched, esp during peak lunch time. Management should train their kitchen staff for manners, because the cashier doesn't handle any questions. So, customers are left to their own devices when the waiting becomes too long or their orders are not arriving.
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• 29 Sep 2014 • 391 reviews • 3 followers

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After dinner over the weekend, I had a craving for Fried Chicken, so I decided to try 4 Fingers for the first time, after hearing about it from my friend. 

Was in town, so I went to the outlet at Ion Orchard. It is located at Basement 4 It has takeaway and dine-n options.

It was crowded at 9.45pm and this was probably the post-shopping crowd. 

The queue at Ion Orchard was long, but it moves fast. You will be given a 'beeper' which will beep when your order is ready, so you can walk around if you are waking away, or go to your seat and wait for your order.

I decided on a pack of 5 drumsticks, which came with a soft drink and pack of fries.
- For the drumsticks, you have a choice of soy sauce or hot. The first drumstick was alright, but I find the soy sauce salty. I much prefer the hot versio, but it may be a tad spicy for some. 
- For the fries, you have a choice of kimchi or seaweed fries. I chose the seaweed version and the staff sprinkled seaweed seasoning onto the fries. It had a hint of spiciness from the chilli flakes in there. If you have kids, better to ask for plain version.

I will try their chicken drumlets and wings next time, to see if it is better than the drumstick version. Good for a quick and fuss-freemeal.
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