10 Unique KFC Meals from Around the World Slideshow
September 10, 2015
The Colonel's original recipes have a different twist in different countries
In Thailand, KFC goers can grab an order of ‘Wing Zeed,’ which appears to be a spicy, fried, chili lime chicken, doused with lime juice. On the side, you can also get unique KFC items like a shrimp donut, which is a donut shaped piece of shrimp that is breaded and fried. You can also order an egg tart, which is a crispy egg pie with custard filling.
French KFC sticks with the Colonel’s original recipe when it comes to the chicken, but have more interesting options for dessert: tiramisu and sweet pie are just two items you can find on the menu.
Australian KFC diners can try ‘The Parmy,’ or the latest promotion from the international chain. A ‘Parmy Stacker’ comes with two chicken schnitzel filets, ‘Parmigiana’ sauce, and cheese on an oatmeal bun. For dessert, you can order a Sara Lee chocolate and caramel mousse, which is only found in Australia.
KFC London uses revised slang in their ‘Wicked Variety Bucket’ to attract customers. But that’s not the only difference in the menu; Brits have the option of ordering a ‘Cajun Boxmaster’ meal, with chicken breast, hashbrown, cheese, and Cajun sauce wrapped in a tortilla.
In Denmark, KFC fans can order of the ‘Indian Twister Menu,’ which contains Indian inspired menu items like a chicken wrap with curry sauce and jalapeños or black pepper potatoes. For dessert, you can order a hot vanilla tart.
At KFC in Singapore, not only can you get a ‘Rosata Twister (an egg wrapwith cheese, vegetables, and chicken, waffles, or pancakes) in the morning, but you can also get cheese fries. Their breakfast menu continues with a porridge, which they claim is a local favorite. For lunch, Singaporeans can order a chicken and rice combo with a special sauce.
Indian fast-food chains are known for having vegetarian options. At KFC in India, you can order a ‘Potato Krisper,’ or a sandwich that is made up of a potato patty and served with tangy sauce in a bun. You can also get veg strips, which are fried vegetable sticks that come with a spicy sauce. It doesn’t end there: Indian KFC also has a ‘Veg Zinger,’ or a brownie sundae, for dessert.
In Germany, you can also order off of the ‘Indian Zinger Menu’ like you can in Denmark. But unlike Denmark, you can order Ben & Jerry’s ice cream for dessert!
KFC is China’s most powerful international brand, and with regional menu items like a fried ‘Shirmp Burger’ and ‘Double Sichuan Spicy Chicken Burger,’ there’s more variety on the menu than with many other franchises. Other unique menu items include a curry pork chop with rice, and an Italian vegetable chicken and rice plate.