All You Can Eat KFC?
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One Japanese location is offering a heck of a deal
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All you can eat. Those four words have worked their way into the lexicon as something that’s purely American, but at one Japanese outpost of KFC, they’re taking matters into their own hands and offering the promotion themselves.
One Osaka location has become a tourist destination, according to Brand Eating, due to its special menu, which includes a lot more than the typical KFC staples. At the restaurant, guests are given about one hour to eat as much as they can from a unique menu that also includes rice bowls topped with shredded cabbage and fried chicken strips, chicken nuggets, pasta, croquettes, soup shrimp shumai, a salad bar, and for dessert, a biscuit topped with soft-serve ice cream and maple syrup.
This crazy all-you-can-eat feast costs the equivalent of about $14, and runs from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. during the week and from 10:00am to 8:00pm on the weekends.
Our Kentucky-fried prayers are answered, and kids under six can even eat for free!
Since 2014, KFC Japan has been periodically blessing us with all-you-can-eat fried chicken offers. But as much as we love the Colonel for his Kentucky-fried generosity, we have had one complaint.
Last time KFC offered unlimited chicken, it did so on Tuesdays, and before that, Wednesday was the magic day. But a meal of limitless deep-fried bird is like a workout of heavy weightlifting – you need a recovery day afterwards. No one is able to work or study at optimum efficiency as they digest/bask in the afterglow of such a glorious meal, and so this summer KFC is answering our prayers by offering its all-you-can-eat deal on Fridays!
The promotion kicks off July 20 at 218 participating branches across Japan. 47 of those are in Tokyo, with the most centrally located being the KFC branches at Shibuya Dogenzaka, Akihabara, Asakusa, Ikebukuro, Ikebukuro Nishiguchi, Tokyo Dome City LaQua, Nakano, Hacchobori, Sangenjaya, and Eifukucho.
Every Friday between July 20 and August 31, 1,380 yen (US$12.30) gets you all the original recipe fried chicken you can eat for 45 minutes, plus as many orders of curly-cut French fries, biscuits, and soft drinks as you’d like t go with it. The price for elementary school-age kids is discounted to 980 yen, and children younger than that eat for free when accompanied by a paying full-price customer (one free child per customer, with additional children eating for 680 yen each).
KFC is offering the all-you-can-eat deal for “dinner time,” which it defines as any time past 4 p.m. A complete list of participating locations can be found here, with Tokyo options consisting of:
Aeon Mall Tamadaira no Mori, Aeon Minamitsuna, Aeon Shinonome, Akabane Higashiguchi, Akihabara, Asakusa, Beans Akabane, Eifukucho, Futakotamagawa, Hachioji, Hachioji Horinouchi, Hachioji Owadamachi, Hacchobori, Hikarigaoka, Hirai, Honisshoku, Hoya, Ikebukuro, Ikebukuro Nishiguchi, Itoyokado Hikifune, Itoykado Kiba, Kabe, Kamata, Kasai, Kumegawa, Koenji, Lalaport Tachikawa Tachihi, Minowa, Mita, Mori Town Akishima, Nakano, Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Nishi Hachioji, Nishi Haijima, Obirin Gakuen-mae, Ogikubo, Oji, Sangenjaya, Shibuya Dogenzaka, Sunpop Machiya, Tachikawa, Tachikawa Minamiguchi, Takashimadaira, Takenotsuka,
Tokyo Oyama, Toyocho, Tokyo Dome City LaQua
Reservations are required, and can be made in person at participating branches or over the phone. If you’re asking your hotel’s concierge or front desk staff to help you, the phrase you’ll need for “all-you-can-eat KFC” is Kentakkii tabe houdai/ケンタッキー食べ放題.
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Tokyo Cops An All-You-Can-Eat KFC Buffet
Once again proving itself to be the greatest fast-food chain of all time, KFC has announced the opening of an all-you-can-eat KFC buffet in Tokyo.
Located at Minami Machida Grandberry Park in the Machida neighbourhood of Tokyo, the KFC Restaurant will allow fans of the Colonel’s secret recipe the primo opportunity to eat as much chicken as their soon-to-be-diseased-hearts’ desire, along with the ability to enhance the experience with an all-you-can-drink alcohol option (for the thirstier individuals).
There’s a full menu this time around (unlike previous seasonal pop-up offers that have been limited to fried chicken itself), from classic KFC bites including original recipe fried chicken, chips, to more unconventional KFC dishes such as pasta, curry, and soup. Restaurant exclusive items include a “Special Fried Chicken Soup Curry”, rotisserie chicken, and pan-baked potato casserole.
Lovers of the 11 herbs and spices will be able to indulge in their passion at lunch service (11 am – 5 pm) for ¥1,980 (AU$18.20) or dinner service (5 pm – 10 pm) for ¥2,580 (AU$23.72), with both options being quite reasonably priced. Primary school students and young children pay less (clearly doing wonders for the fight against child obesity), with children under three even allowed to eat all they can for free.
The experience lasts 80 minutes and includes all-you-can-drink soft drinks, with the option of upgrading to an all-you-can-drink alcohol package for an additional ¥1,250 (AU$11.49). Considering a standard pint on home soil can set you back at least $10 these days, we’d be the first to call that a bloody bargain.
The KFC Buffet Restaurant will be family orientated and look more like a traditional eatery than a typical KFC, so you can enjoy smashing your way through a greasy feast in serene comfort.
KFC Tokyo opens all-you-can-eat-and-drink buffet restaurant
Japan Today reports that KFC is opening an all-you-can-eat-and-drink buffet restaurant in Tokyo.
KFC buffets are not a new phenomenon in Japan. The fried chicken brand rolls out buffet offers at their normal branches for special occasions including the Colonel’s birthday.
However, a brand new KFC in the Machida neighbourhood of Tokyo is the first restaurant to constantly offer an all-you-can-eat full menu and all-you-can-drink options.
KFC opened their new restaurant in Minami Machida Grandberry Park on Wednesday.
Over 50 different items are available 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.
A “Special Fried Chicken Soup Curry”, special rotisserie chicken and a pan-baked potato casserole are also available as Machida restaurant-exclusives.
Prices charged as follows:
Lunch (served between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.) :
Adult – 1,980 yen ($18 USD)
Kids – 980 yen ($9 USD)
Dinner (served between 5 p.m.-10 p.m.) :
Adult – 2,580 yen ($24 USD)
Kids – 1,280 yen ($12 USD)
Lunch and dinner are available to customers younger than elementary school students for 480 yen, and free for children 3 and under.
An all-you-can-drink alcohol offer is also available for an extra 1,250 yen ($12 USD).
The restaurant’s theme is a “KFC home party” and has more of a family restaurant-style decor. A kid’s school corner that teaches elementary school students about cooking and kitchen safety will also be featured at the restaurant.
Address: 3-4-1 Tsuruma, Machida-shi, Tokyo (Nearest station: Tokyu Denentoshi Line Minami Machida Granbury Park Station)
All you can eat KFC
Since 2019, the famous fried chicken brand has rolled out several all you can eat franchises across Tokyo and Osaka.
While the rest of the world has to settle for bargain buckets and popcorn chicken on the side, Japanese customers can contentedly munch to their hearts' content. As if there weren't already enough reasons to be jealous of Japan's dining scene.
The restaurants themselves offer a seriously expanded version of the KFC menu. No less than 50 items are available, including exclusive seafood and pasta selections.
It is, however, the endless fried chicken that steals the show. Every piece is made to the Colonel's exacting standards, and the whole meal even comes with the option of booze on the side.
The entire experience is strictly curated, with table slots allocated for just 80 minutes. In that time, however, customers can help themselves to whatever they fancy.
Prices differ between the lunch and dinner service, with an earlier slot costing ¥1,980 (around £13) for an adult, increasing to ¥2,580 (£17) in the evening. Either way, for all the chicken and side dishes you can eat, this seems like a pretty decent deal.
The KFC buffet menu includes several special items, other than chicken (Credit: Alamy/Cum Okolo)
So Apparently, There are KFC Locations With All-You-Can-Eat Buffets
Sounds like the beginning of the end -- an all-you-can-eat KFC buffet? Where do I sign up?
The tip came in by way of a franticly excited friend of mine who spotted the unicorn-of-a-fastfood-specimen on a recent drive through the city of Banning, a town residing in the Southern California county of Riverside. While this isn't the only KFC in the world with a reported all-you-can-eat buffet, it's the first time I've been privy to it. Furthermore, following an extensive day of research (a five minute polling of my inner circle of friends), none of them were aware such KFC build-outs existed.
All-you-can-eat fast food? The possibilities seem utterly endless. Can you fathom a towering volcano of mashed potatoes, deep fried chicken drumsticks, topped with corn and erupting with gravy? I can't just yet, I have imagination of a matchbook covered in water. But you can bet I'll be making a trek out to banning to get a load of this unique fast food specimen. Why would I get anything else on the menu when I can eat everything, as many times as I want, for $8.99?
If you've ever been to, heard of, or have suffered a level-4 food coma from a KFC All-You-Can Eat buffet, let us know in the comments. Do you think they should make them more widely available?
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Fried Chicken Fanatics Queue For Hours For All-You-Can-Eat KFC Buffet In Tokyo Open Now
Whilst KFC Singapore is showering us love with interesting menu items—Crispy Chicken Skin, Mala Fried Chicken and Boba Tea Tarts, fans of KFC Japan are down for a treat as you will be able to indulge in Colonel’s secret recipe all day long with the opening of a new KFC all-you-can-eat buffet in Tokyo!
KFC Restaurant opened earlier this month at the new Minami Machida Grandberry Park Shopping Complex in Tokyo’s Machida District—a mere 30 minutes train ride from Shibuya Station.
After an extensive day of shopping, why not end it right with KFC’s fried chicken and beer? For an 80-minute lunch buffet at JP¥1,980 ( S$25) S$33)
S$25), and 90-minute dinner buffet at JP¥2,580 (
S$33), you will be able to delight in 50 menu items which include KFC’s signature Original Fried Chicken and Crispy Pieces along popular sides such as Coleslaw and Mashed Potatoes.
To spice things up, the restaurant also offers exclusive Chicken Soup Curry—meant for getting your fingers dirty—to dip your chicken pieces for the ultimate finger lickin’ good experience.
Free-flow soft drinks are provided alongside the buffet but, why not top up an extra JP¥1,250 ( S$16)
S$16)for an all-you-can-drink alcoholic beverage option? After all, isn’t chicken and beer the ultimate feel-good pairing?
If you’re planning to add KFC Restaurant into your itinerary for your upcoming trip to ‘The Land of the Rising Sun’, do keep in mind that the wait can be up to five hours long! That aside, be prepared to feast like a king and enjoy all that Colonel has to offer!
Dates & Times: KFC Restaurant is open now | 11am – 5pm (lunch), 5pm – 10pm (dinner)
S$13 or less, elementary school students and below) | Dinner – JP¥2,580 ( S$33, Adult), JP¥1,280 or less (S$16 or less, elementary school students and below)
S$33, Adult), JP¥1,280 or less (S$16 or less, elementary school students and below)
1 There&rsquos An All-You-Can-Eat KFC Buffet In Osaka, Japan
It is official. KFC Japan opened the first KFC all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant in Osaka. Restaurant goers are given approximately an hour and a half to gorge themselves on as much fried chicken as they can down. The buffet also includes other popular menu items such as pasta, sausages, and salads.
The restaurant has over 100 seats, including benches and tables, as well as lots of space for families with small, energetic children. If the aesthetics of the place don&rsquot please you, the smell certainly will.
However, if you&rsquore from a Western country, you will probably notice a slight difference in the taste as the recipe was adapted to accommodate local preferences. Nevertheless, you will recognize that classic KFC flavor. 
For dessert, the buffet boasts coffee jelly and ice cream as well as the option for all-you-can-drink beer at a small price upon entry. Unlimited chicken and unlimited beer, what more could you possibly want?
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