Fried Chicken, I'm from the UK, we have fried chicken, in the UK I'm from South London (London's south side) and it's like land of the chicken shop. Many UK chicken shop franchises (literally too many to list) and one regional South London one called Morley's. A 'chicken shop' is UK talk for quick fast fried chicken. UK KFC advert addressing UK chicken shop culture; We have KFC, but we don't have Popeye's. I went to Amsterdam, NL and saw a Kentucky Fried Chicken (No acronym in sight, words spelt out in this name and everything, I've never seen that before); went back there 6 months later, found a 'nicer cleaner' version of a UK chicken shop randomly in Amsterdam (world city, why not)? - went in / ate there, every customer were Brits fresh of some boat like me. What's fried chicken like where you are?