KFC, Wood Green, London
There didn’t appear to be a heap of options open for my pre-movie dinner, so the time was up for a K-Fed comparison feed. The KFC in the UK is reasonably akin to the ones back home (and other home). They do operate with a considerably different context to the Antipodeans, with so many other chicken-knockoff chains around. Not that they appear to be really trying.
I had the zinger combo (about £6) with wings, coleslaw, fries and drink. The wings were well. Great crunch, along the batter being super flavourful. A familiar and comfortable sensation. The coleslaw was average here. Also, the fries are not like the fries back home at all. They put normal salt on them, like for real. No chicken salt. And they’re not proper thick ones either. Like shoestring but sadder. The zinger burger was alright, seemed on the small size and not just because of the angle of the camera. A better quality feed than most of the chicken offerings, but without the discount price tag.