For many years, Kentucky Fried Chicken or KFC has rolled out seasonal all-you-can-eat fried chicken options at select restaurants in Japan. But its menu items have been limited to fried chicken and only for a limited time.
Every time I travel, I always try to dine at fast-food restaurants because food menus differ from one place to another. It’s a different experience, really. I’ve always wanted to try this when we went to Japan but timing wasn’t on our side.
Now, this is great news for all those who are planning to visit Japan soon!
Fans of the Colonel’s secret recipe will no longer have to eye their calendar waiting for the next campaign to be announced.
KFC has opened a new buffet style with both all-you-can-eat full menu and all-you-can-drink options! It is situated at the neighborhood of Machida.
They call it KFC Restaurant Minami Machida Grandberry Park.
Address: 3-4-1 Tsuruma, Machida-shi, Tokyo (Nearest station: Tokyu Denentoshi Line Minami Machida Granbury Park Station)
It opened yesterday, Nov 13, 2019. They are currently offering 50 different food items, including the original recipe fried chicken, biscuits, pasta, fries, curry, soup, salad, and dessert. They even serve alcohol! Oh wow!
They have the restaurant exclusive original menu which includes the “special fried chicken soup curry”, rotisserie chicken, and pan-baked Potato casserole.
They serve lunch and dinner. Lunch starts at 11 AM and ends at 5 PM while dinner starts at 5 PM and ends at 10 PM. The lunch buffet is priced at 1,980 yen for adults and 980 yen for teens. The dinner buffet is priced at 2,580 yen for adults and 1,280 yen for teens. Both lunch and dinner are available to kids younger than elementary school students for 480 yen and free for children under 3 years of age.
This all-you-can-eat experience is only available for 80 minutes with a free all-you-can-drink soft drink menu included. BUT if you’re in the mood to drink some booze, feel free to avail the all-you-can-drink alcohol for an extra 1,250 yen!
It’s a whole new KFC experience as they themed this restaurant to be a “KFC Home Party”.
It has a more family-style vibe to it compared to the rest of the KFC branches in Japan. It will also have a kid’s corner where kids can play and learn about cooking and kitchen safety! Sweet!
Don’t forget to include this on your next trip to Tokyo! Tag me when you’re there! 😉
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