Dear Colonel Sanders,
KFC or Kentucky Fried Chicken is my favorite chicken meal. Instead of McDonalds (which is the most preferred universal food of majority of earthlings), KFC has always been my choice of fast food. It is the food chain I would run to every time I need an immediate digestive fix. Whenever I am out of the Philippines and wish to have a break from eating the local cuisine of the country I am touring/visiting, I would always search for a possible nearby KFC branch.
Aside from the numerous branches of KFC in the Philippines, I have dined at a KFC branch in Kuala Lumpur; in Hong Kong; Casablanca in Morocco; in Bangkok; in Singapore; and the one in Gold Coast, Australia.
Generally, the flavor and taste of the KFC fried chicken in all these branches in various nations I have been to are quite the same. I can boldly say that indeed the eleven secret herbs and spices (which I particularly have no clue on what these are) are present in all those fried fowls. All has been sooo dangerously good.
However, I would like to make it known to you that the taste of KFC in Siem Reap, Cambodia is strange and totally different. It lacks the tang and flavor of the savory fried chicken that you have been serving in other branches around the world. They don’t even serve the flavorsome gravy! I have to settle myself with the dreary tomato catsup.
The Siem Reap version lacks the indescribable satisfaction. I just hope you would look into this and discontinue depriving the adoring Siem Reap populace on what supposed to be the true, authentic and scrumptious flavor of a KFC.
Your Equally Delicious Aficionado,
P.S. If you want me to check out the taste of your 11-spices-and-herbs-coated-chicken in London and Houston, I am but all willing to do that…Stay yummy like I do…
Kulang sa timpla. Iba lasa.