HungryGoWhere Singapore Food Guide, Restaurants, Eating Guide and Reviews - HGW
Search the site
0%56%100%9 votes

4 Fingers Crispy Chicken (Plaza Singapura)

2.8

Eatability rating

9 reviews

Write a review
AsianKoreanWestern

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

Daily: 08:00 - 22:00

$10 based on 9 submissions
4

Overall its tasty fried chicken with sauce coating - but one particular dish needs improvement.

I was hungry and the queue wasn't too bad at 930pm. I thought I have a snack and ordered the Katsu Chicken Sandwich. When I first held it up, it was very hot and my fingers were oily. I decided to wrap it with my napkin. I took my first bite and it was a burst of oil in my mouth from the bun. It was revolting. I had to pick out what is in the stuffing and leave the buns alone. In the end all I had was the seaweed fries and some kimchi coleslaw with chicken.

People would say, well this is a fried chicken establishment, if I don't want oily food I should go somewhere else. But I would like to challenge the people, bring a healthier option for your fried bun. Singaporeans aren't just going to blindly like an oily fried bun and just coz it is smothered with the katsu chicken and kimchi coleslow, it does not make it a good sandwich.

If people want to disagree with me, by all means, everyone is entitled to an opinion.

Similar Listings

Have something to say? Write a review.
Overall
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Delete Photo

Are you sure you want to delete this photo?

Latest Community Reviews:
• 04 Jun 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Agree with Edward, the fried bun is disgusting...

Overall
Food
Coffee
Drinks
Services
Ambience
Value
Quality
Location
Overall, OK food nothing really special so I don't know why my friends are always craving for this. I have had better fried chicken.
 
 Edward is right about that fried bun. It was a disaster to me and I was also taken aback by how SOAKED IN OIL it is. I have had fried buns with chilli crab and they were much better than the 4 fingers fried bun. And what's WORSE is that the menu has no indication that the buns are fried. The photo on the menu is misleading and I thought they are just regular steamed buns because that's what the picture looks like. There was no description so I was really disappointed when I got a bun soaked in oil. I threw away the buns and ate the chicken and other stuff inside only. Definitely not what I expected from the menu...
Overall
Food/Drink
Value
Ambience
Service
• 31 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Overall its tasty fried chicken with sauce coating - but one particular dish needs improvement.

Overall
Food
Coffee
Drinks
Services
Ambience
Value
Quality
Location
I was hungry and the queue wasn't too bad at 930pm. I thought I have a snack and ordered the Katsu Chicken Sandwich. When I first held it up, it was very hot and my fingers were oily. I decided to wrap it with my napkin. I took my first bite and it was a burst of oil in my mouth from the bun. It was revolting. I had to pick out what is in the stuffing and leave the buns alone. In the end all I had was the seaweed fries and some kimchi coleslaw with chicken.

People would say, well this is a fried chicken establishment, if I don't want oily food I should go somewhere else. But I would like to challenge the people, bring a healthier option for your fried bun. Singaporeans aren't just going to blindly like an oily fried bun and just coz it is smothered with the katsu chicken and kimchi coleslow, it does not make it a good sandwich.

If people want to disagree with me, by all means, everyone is entitled to an opinion.
Overall
Food/Drink
Value
Ambience
Service
  • What looks like a delicious order of Katsu chicken sandwich..
• 14 Feb 2014 • 379 reviews • 55 followers

Join The 4 Fingers Revolution

Overall
Food
Coffee
Drinks
Services
Ambience
Value
Quality
Location
Full 4 Fingers Crispy Chicken review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2014/02/4-fingers-crispy-chicken.html


Despite having been in Singapore for a few years now, the perpetually long queues outside each 4 Fingers Crispy Chicken outlet has never let up. And why not? Their signature Korean fried chicken is crisp, moist, non-greasy, and absolutely tasty.

Although 4 Fingers Crispy Chicken is a fast food chain, they are dedicated to elevating the experience of fast food, through offering quality Korean fried chicken. This is the theme of their decor, a revolution, a secret meeting of minds. Graffiti adorns the walls, while warning signs declare each outlet to be a restricted area. This underground scene even extends to their packaging, which bears labels such as secret or restricted.

Service at 4 Fingers Crispy Chicken is fast food style, order and pay at the cashier, and collect your order when buzzed. Still, the staff at the counters are friendly, and informative. Professionalism, I like! However, there is usually a long queue time of about 20 minutes or more, although once you order, you food is usually ready within 5 minutes.

Food at 4 Fingers Crispy Chicken revolves around their signature Korean fried chicken, along with their 2 speciality sauces, the soy garlic sauce and the hot sauce. There isn't much variation to the menu, mostly consisting of either chicken, burgers / sandwiches, and seafood like squid or prawns.

The Wings & Drummettes (SGD $9.95 for 6 pieces) have crisp skin, moist, well-cooked meat, and tasty flvaour. The Hot Sauce is quite fiery, and the heat builds gradually throughout the meal. The Soy Garlic Sauce is savoury and fragrant, without being too salty. Excellent!

There are 2 options for seasoned fried (you can't get it plain), Kimchi Fries, or Seaweed And Chili Pepper Fries. The Kimchi Fries are seasoned with kimchi powder, and I feel aren't that tasty or special. But the Seaweed And Chili Pepper Fries are very good, with actual seaweed leaves and red chili pepper flakes.

Overall
Food/Drink
Value
Ambience
Service
  • 4 Fingers Crispy Chicken Speciality, Wings & Drummettes, Soy Garlic & Hot Sauce, Mix 12 Piece

Singapore Food Guides

What to Eat
Luxurious bak zhang or zong zi offerings for Dragon Boat Festival 2015 include the savoury, spicy, even sweet, so there is a glutinous rice dumpling for everyone
What to Eat
Although children aged 18 months and older can eat the same foods adults do, there are still several limitations to consider. Here is our list of family-friendly places with dishes that both parents and young children can enjoy
What to Eat
The hottest new restaurants, bars and cafes to eat, drink and people-watch. This month: Gordon Ramay's Bread Street Kitchen, Coriander Leaf's new digs and succulent London Fat Duck
What to Eat
For the days you feel like indulging in a feast and for the days you don’t, we’ve narrowed down the choices for you to have the best steak, lobster rolls, pizza, burgers, even omakase meal at any price range
What to Eat
There is so much more you can do with crabs than just dousing them in chilli sauce. Take your pick from green chilli crab, crab cakes, butter crab, crab bee hoon and dumplings