She is saying it is perfect "finger" food.
She could be American (sophisticated) or European.
Student or Learner
Please run this video and skip to about 3:19, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zvmjBhsoJQ
What do you think the narrator is saying next?
"For some it's perfect finger food" ? Or perhaps "finker" ?
I must admit I had to listen to this part 2 - 3 times to figure out that word right,
because at first I understood it as "thinker".
I'm really not used to listening to English spoken by non-Americans, so I might have gotten the wrong impression,
But doesn't it seem to you that the woman says "finker" instead?
And also, do you think she's a native British speaker or a foreigner who has learned English fluently?
Because I can say her accent sounds more British to me, but it's not totally British, so I'm a bit confused :D
I agree with Tdol and PHenry.
She reads like a British announcer, but her pronunciation is like American.
Her English is very good, I think. It's very clear and easy to catch.