The General Sticky Tso ($9 for 3)
Perfectly crisp and juicy, but the sauce is unbalanced, with too much emphasis on soy and ginger.
The Salted Caramel Pretzel ($10 for 3)
The surprise favorite. Pretzel-coated chicken fingers with sticky caramel sauce sounds gross but tastes like win.
The Fiesta Finger ($10 for 3)
The sauces on their own are perfectly fine, but there's a little too much for the amount of chicken.
The Finger ($7 for 3)
About as good as chicken fingers get with a lacy, crisp, triple-dipped crust and juicy buttermilk-brined chicken.
The Buffalo ($9 for 3)
Their buffalo sauce recipe uses balsamic vinegar and maple syrup, but it doesn't come out much. No worries, it's still plenty tasty.
Bada Bing ($12 for 3)
Their take on a chicken parm. Chicken wrapped around cheese, breaded, and deep fried, served with marinara, fried basil, and a little too much tomato mayonnaise.
Wasabi Finger ($12 for 3)
This one, with its mix of pickled ginger, seaweed, wasabi, and tobiko reminded me a lot of the street fair food you find in Japan. Tons of competing flavors, but they all work out in the end.
Skip the "Truffle Glitterbang" and go for the sauces instead.
Naked Chicken Fingers with Curry Sauce (special, not currently on the menu)
The loser of the bunch. Grilling is not Sticky's strong point.