I challenge Restaurant Brands to do this in Mangere

I bet Restaurant Brands doesn’t have the balls to do this in Mangere.

All-you-can-eat KFC is a finger lickin’ good option – if you can make to Japan.

The chicken chain is opening an all-you-can-eat buffet location in Osaka, Japan, reports RocketNews.

Customers will pay between $US16 ($NZ24) and $US21 ($NZ30) for 90 minutes of access to a buffet filled with fried chicken as well as about 60 other KFC menu items, including biscuits, coleslaw, rotisserie chicken, and salad. Children’s prices will be even lower, and kids under the age of four will eat for free.  

The restaurant will be located in the gigantic Expo City entertainment complex, which opens on November 11 on the site where the 1970 World Expo was held.

According to RocketNews, the location has a special significance for KFC. In 1970, the United States pavilion at the World Expo housed the very first Kentucky Fried Chicken trial restaurant in the country.

All-you-can-eat KFC has been an elusive promise for chicken lovers around the world. In September, Japanese KFC locations offered unlimited fried chicken, fries and unlimited drinks for one day to celebrate Colonel Harland Sanders’ birthday.

Meanwhile, in the US, a few fabled all-you-can-eat KFC buffets reportedly exist, including one in Banning, California.

A drive isn’t funny, with an empty tummy, thank goodness for Kentucky Fried.


– Fairfax

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