When E suggested going to 4 Fingers for lunch, everyone’s faces lit up while mine remained blank.
“Korean fried chicken” was the explanation.
4 Fingers sells fried chicken in two types of marinade – soy garlic or hot sauce. Battered shrimp and calamari are alternative options if you don’t want chicken – though it would not make sense to go to 4 Fingers in the first place. The meals are served with fries and they come with seaweed or kimchi seasoning. Being a big group of 7, we got a huge combo of chicken wings, drumsticks, shrimp and calamari to share.
I know that you can’t go wrong with fried chicken and I was not expecting a bad meal but the soy garlic marinade was really really delicious and I preferred it over the hot sauce marinade (but then again, I don’t do very well with spice). As to the fries, I liked the seaweed seasoning alot. The battered shrimp was nice, though I felt the battered calamari was not as crisp as it could have been. Overrall, it was an enjoyable meal. For a fast food lunch, 4 Fingers can be a little pricey, we spent about $8.80 per person. A normal a la carte meal set would cost about $10.
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