|Four Fingers Crispy Chicken with their signature rice with Nori bits.|
Okay, so it looks exactly like the more popular Korean soy/spicy chicken that has hit Manila by storm. But the Singaporean brand, Four Fingers Chicken may also be one of the fastest growing chicken-based restaurants in the country today.
Not exactly a copycat of its Korean counterpart, Four Fingers has an awesome list of menu on its own. I love their twice-fried chicken because it’s really crispy and tasty, just right. I also like their rice with bits of Japanese Nori wrap or Japanese seaweed.
|Friendly staff and well-lighted counters are what makes 4 Fingers Crispy Chicken better.|
The only thing I don’t seem to like from Four Fingers Chicken was the metal-thing they used as plates. I know it’s supposed to make the meals stay warm, but it sometimes looks as if you’re eating on a dog’s plate. I still dine at Four Fingers Chicken because of their delicious meals; I just do not like the plate they are using. I just wish they could find a different alternative to that.
|A wide variety of choices to choose from--not just chicken.|
|The signage will make you stop and enter this restaurant.|
|Fashion and lifestyle bloggers frequent this place.|
|Even lovers would hangout at this cozy place.|
But apart from that thing, I see nothing wrong with Four Fingers Crispy Chicken. The ambiance is good, the place seems so relaxed and it’s a great place to actually hangout with a couple of friends. Nice bright lights, graffiti walls and clean interiors—not to mention great, healthy foods + friendly food attendants (who knows exactly how to help customers as they know their products and the food they have—again, to me that’s an added customer service!), Four Fingers Crispy Chicken is the newest addition to my favorite places to eat out in SM North Edsa. Overall, I'm giving it a two thumbs-up!
Disclaimer: I am not compensated for this post. Opinions expressed are 100% my own.