Food Adventures @ Singapore Changi Airport T3 (Part II)
|Cheon Song-Yi’s favourite Fried Chicken|
The catch of this place is that the food served contains no MSG, no Pork, No Lard and no Beef – so it contains FOUR NOs and hence the name FOUR Fingers? Hmm just weird as Four Fingers sounds deformed anyway.
|Kriston was too excited over the 4 Fingers Hype…|
Restaurant Name: 4 Fingers Crispy Chicken
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/4FingersSG/
Basement 2, Changi Airport Terminal 3
63 Airport Boulevard
Tel: 6214 3995
Sundays – Thursdays, 10:30 to 23:00
Fridays, Saturdays and Eve of Public Holiday, 10:30 to 12:00
We almost got shooed away by the cleaner aunty when she saw us taking self-portraits of ourselves whilst waiting for Kriston to queue for the food.
She thought that we were done eating and ended up hogging the place when the restaurant was already super rowdy and crowded (the table was empty with no trace of leftover food in the first place). *TSK*
|Finally a Selfie with Sweetie Muffin ~ ❤❤|
|Discounts with POSB / DBS Cards|
|What’s so secretive? Hmmm…|
Honey Yuzu Tea
|Sipping le’ drink whilst waiting for the chicken to be ready…|
6 Pieces Combo + Regular Seaweed Fries
|6 Pieces Combo + Regular Seaweed Fries|
|Deeply Fried Chicken..|
|KFC’s Founder – Colonel Harland David Sanders|
Honestly speaking, I still prefer fried chicken served by KFC. The Jumbo Wings served by IKEA is not a bad choice either.
So I wonder why is 4 Fingers so popular among Singaporeans?
In addition, the shoestring seaweed fries lack MSG and hence was rather insipid. Kriston suggested going back to Macdonald’s for the Seaweed Shaker Fries instead. Meh :/
|Seaweed Fries which lack flavour 🙁|
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