For several years, Kentucky Fried Chicken has rolled out seasonal all-you-can-eat fried chicken options at select restaurants in Japan, but menu items have been limited to fried chicken itself, and only for a limited time. Fans of the Colonel's secret recipe in Japan will no longer have to eye their calendar waiting for the next campaign to be announced, however, as a new buffet style KFC has opened in the Machida neighborhood of Tokyo, with both all-you-can-eat full menu and all-you-can-drink options.
KFC Japan opened the special all-you-can-eat themed restaurant at Minami Machida Grandberry Park on Wednesday. The restaurant's menu offers 50 different items, including original recipe fried chicken, biscuits, pasta, fries, curry, soup, salad, and dessert, as well as all-you-can-drink packages for soft drinks and alcohol.
Restaurant-exclusive original menu items such as "Special Fried Chicken Soup Curry", rotisserie chicken, and a pan-baked potato casserole are also offered.
Lunch (served between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.) will be priced at 1,980 yen for adults (junior high school students and above) and 980 yen for elementary school students. Dinner (5 p.m.-10 p.m.) is 2,580 yen for adults, and 1,280 yen for elementary school students. Both lunch and dinner are available to customers younger than elementary school students for 480 yen, and free for children 3 and under.
Lunch and dinner all-you-can-eat is available for 80 minutes with a free all-you-can-drink soft drink menu included, but those in the mood to booze it up with their chicken and order all-you-can-drink alcohol for an extra 1,250 yen.
The restaurant's theme is a "KFC home party", and will have a more family restaurant-style decor as opposed to standard KFC stores. It will also feature kid's school corner where elementary school students and learn about cooking and kitchen safety.
Name: KFC Restaurant Minami Machida Grandberry Park
Address: 3-4-1 Tsuruma, Machida-shi, Tokyo (Nearest station: Tokyu Denentoshi Line Minami Machida Granbury Park Station)
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