There are 345 restaurants in more than 80 cities across India. KFC’s lip smacking taste is the taste you can trust. They allow general public to walk into their kitchens anytime and to have a look at how their favourite fried chicken is marinated with the most authentic spices, hand-breaded and freshly prepared with a lot of love.
The hygiene is another factor which we should consider and the staff washes and sanitizes their hands every 30 Min’s. They use only RO water for cooking and this is one of the most important thing which goes behind the running of a successful food chain.
Another impressive thing is the veg and non-veg segregation of food. They have separate cooking counters for veg and non-veg food and they follow stringent standards to ensure that the food is cooked separately. Not just the oil and ingredients, but even the utensils and the staff cooking the dish are separate. So now the vegetarians need not worry about chicken in their food. KFC respects the sentiments of vegetarians.
After a tour of the kitchen, we ordered food. We ordered Choco Divine and Alphonso Burst Krushers. The Choco Divine tasted heavenly. The chocolate that they add to this is not any chocolate but they add special cocoa beans which they source from Ghana. The Alphonso Mango Burst had real chunks of only the freshest, juiciest, ripest Alphonso mangoes to give it a taste like none other.
We also ordered a KFC Zinger. Popcorn Chicken, rice bowl with chicken and fiery grilled chicken. I just loved biting into the burger with juicy chicken in it. The spices used for their chicken are selected from the spice capital of the world- Kerala to make sure that the chicken has the right zing into it. KFC sources it’s chicken locally from Venky’s, Godrej and Suguna and they get 100% real unprocessed chicken which are farm bred. The chickens are not mutated neither treated with hormones.
The Popcorn chicken is a great hit among the kids. Popcorn Chicken is made from whole pieces of boneless chicken that are cut down into bite size chunks.
The veg items that we ordered were also good. The best was the crispy potato hash, I just loved biting into these. All the vegetables used by KFC are absolutely fresh and not frozen or preserved.
Not just the food, but even the packaging is from sustainable sources. They use FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified board.
Watch the below given video for more information on KFC Kitchen Tours.