Saturday evening (day #11) I wanted 4Fingers Crispy Chicken for dinner. It was raining earlier but already stopped. So I took my phone and my fingers did some poking. I put in an order with 4Fingers Crispy Fried Chicken via Grabfood. But alas, after waiting and waiting, there was no rider available to pick up my food. Bah!
So the next best thing was to just order something closer to home. So.
I haven't had this for many years. My first ever Carl's Jr was at their outlet somewhere in Jalan Pudu, KL. Back then I thought the burger was pretty good (as in better than McD).
Sunday morning (day #11) there was a whole lot of people at Aeon, 1 Utama. More than last week. Chinese New Year is just around the corner. MCO notwithstanding, people are coming out full force to get food/festive supplies.
The dong dong chiang songs were playing full blast to get us into the mood.
Festive punya festive, I bought these.
I couldn't resist. The Red Velvet filling has a prominent cheese smell and was very sweet. I still prefer the original.
Finally! I got a Tofu Rice Box Combo (Hot), 6 pieces Chicken Bites (Soy Garlic) and 3 pieces Drumsticks (Mixed Hot & Soy Garlic). Plus an order of the Kimslaw.
These boneless chicken bites were pretty good too. I love the soy garlic sauce. It hit all the right notes - salty, sweet, savory, garlicy. I could have licked the sauce off the box, not wanting to waste a single drop.
I loved the drumsticks too. Somehow, I did not get much of an impression of the hot sauce (both the tofu and drumstick). Maybe next time, I will get more items with the hot sauce so that I can taste it properly.
I took out half of the rice into a container and set it aside with 3 pieces of the boneless chicken and 2 drumsticks for dinner. Now who says I don't exercise portion control?
Now, something that I really loved - the Kimslaw (Kimchi Coleslaw). It was so good. And so bloody expensive.
This tiny tub (which spilled tsk! tsk!) cost RM6.90. Seriously. Next time I have kimchi in my fridge, I want to try to replicate this Kimslaw. It tasted nothing like kimchi and at some point I thought the aftertaste reminded me of chicken rice chili dip (ginger garlic aroma).
In conclusion, I enjoyed my 4Fingers Crispy Fried Chicken meal and I will order again.