it's the fried chicken
that appeals to the hungry.
It's crispy and juicy all over
and it's already satisfying
even with just soy sauce and vinegar.
Others offer gravy
that complements the fried chicken very much.
One can add a little or a lot of chili peppers
to make it hot and exciting.
The price per piece
is so much cheaper than its fast food counterpart
and there are stalls that cook so good
that it's hard to accept it's a street food.
Paired with rice wrapped in coconut leaves,
served in paper or rattan plates
and using cellophane as spoon and fork,
and the experience of dining in open air
right beside the streets with vehicles passing by,
fried chicken as a street food
is a good treat everyone should not miss.