Below is the KFC regular menu- the kind you would get when you visit their outlets during regular hours (after breakfast and before midnight). Do note that menu may vary from one outlet to another… for example in the outlet I went, the KFC rice bowl is not found in their menu.
Here are the menu as of October 2018 (click on the menu image if you wish to enlarge):
Above are the KFC bucket meal, lunch and dinner plates set. They also have a fried chicken set with rice and/or fries/ coleslaw.
There is also the snack and dinner plate ala carte (without drinks) with add on side dishes of coleslaw, whipped potato, Colonel rice, cheezy wedges and crispier fries.
Above are the family feast combo of 5 (RM31.70), 9 (RM48.70) and 15 pcs (RM70.90) combo. KFC also recently launched a Zinger Waffle burger and has a set meal that comes with the burger.
For those who do not want the usual snack or dinner plate, there are also the combo meals (with fries and soft drink) consisting of crispy tenders, Zinger burger, nuggets, Cheezy Twister or Colonel burger.
They are also the add on special where there are options of the puding (vanilla, mango peach and gula Melaka flavours), ice lolly, jelly ice cream, cheezy wedges, crunchy shrimp nuggets, Vanilla drumstick ice cream and KFC float. In fact, there is an option to convert our regular soft drink to the KFC float (vanilla ice cream on either pepsi or Miranda strawberry).
What we ordered:
We ordered a snack plate and another set with rice. We also upgraded our soft drinks to the KFC float and added the jelly ice cream, gula Melaka pudding and cheesy wedges. In total it costs around RM40+.