B
46 days ago

KFC

Brian from Papakura

KFC - Papakura, soggy chicken, no flavour, coating falls off. Chips soggy and lifeless. Takanini, chicken well cooked but dry and stringy, chips well cooked too and will stand at attention when held. Pukekohe, chicken nicely cooked, coating thick tasty and stays on, chicken meat moist and succulent. Chips nicely cooked. Score Papakura 3, Takanini 5, Pukekohe 8. Yes I had KFC at Puke tonight.

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