KFC in China is completely different from KFC in the US. I tell people here and they look at me in surprise. I tell people in the US and they are also surprised. How can an international chain have a completely different menu? Well, I guess they are smart enough to appeal to local taste. Chinese love chicken. It's more popular here than McDonalds for the price and taste. When I first started coming to China, 15+ years ago, the menu was very basic. It was not the fried chicken we associate with KFC but lots of basic wings and ribs. No giant inflated chicken breasts that we think are normal in the US. No gorgeous potato wedges. Just a very basic menu. I'm pleased to see they've grown in China to include sandwiches!
I ordered the one with an avocado next to it. It had a yummy spicy sauce in the center and guacamole. The chicken inside the sandwich was brown meat. I must confess, I've been so brainwashed into thinking white meat belongs inside a chicken patty that my brain screamed it wouldn't be good even though the taste was just fine. I had to literally not look at the inside while eating it.
We had regular fries and a Pepsi. I don't even drink soda in the US but it was somehow very fitting in this location. Next time I'm trying the green tea ice cream cone!