Pros: The best crunchy fried chicken in China and great french fries too.
Cons: They can get carried away with the spicy sauce here.
I am not a junk food junkie but when you are far from home having something familiar is nice. For me eating at a KFC when I am home in California is something done once in a blue moon if that often, however here in China I have gone out of my way to find KFC's. Now in the little town where I live we don't have a real KFC we have a MFC which isn't the same.
I have come to learn that my local MFC is a cross between a KFC and McDonald's however the only thing that is even close to being from McD's are the outfits worn by the employees, when it comes to the menu it is pure KFC.
However if I can get down the road about an hours drive I can get the real deal in Yangjiang. It is actually worth the drive to have the taste of KFC fried chicken on my lips. There is nothing like it when all you have been eating is Chinese food for weeks.
Oh don't get me wrong I like Chinese food but KFC chicken is way different than what I get in Yangchun. Here they cook chicken the same way and boring comes to mind after a while. So, to have the crunch of the battered chicken in my mouth just makes me happy. Not to mention that the french fries are wonderful too.
The menu is mostly like back home with a few exceptions, here you can get chicken legs that are made from the wings and are spiced up for some extra kick. The chicken sandwich also has a mean kick to it so you have to ready yourself. The wrap sandwiches use real tortillas which you can't find anywhere else and they put on the spicy sauce so I have learned to say no when I order.
The service here is also better than back home and they are shocked when you clean your own table since that is their job. A bucket of chicken here comes with hamburger buns instead of biscuits which was different and my only complaint is that the corn on the cob isn't good. The corn is too hard to eat and never hot enough.
Overall this place rocks for me abroad and is worth the effort just to remind myself of what home tastes like. I have eaten at the KFC in Guangzhou too and it is just as good and for some reason I skipped the one in Beijing near my hotel but I bet it was good too.
If you come to China just know that you can find KFC here and it is good and reasonable too. The cost for a meal is comparable to the States which for me is reasonable but for my Chinese friends it is a bit high.
Can I recommend it sure, for that matter I can also recommend the MFC too since it is all I have that is local.