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KFC Japan has officially opened its all-you-can-eat-and-drink buffet restaurant in Tokyo with a complete set of menus on Wednesday last week.
Located in the Minami Machida Grandberry Park in the Machida neighborhood, this particular branch of the popular fast-food chain offers 50 different items to diners, including the all-time favorite original fried chicken, biscuits, pasta, fries, curry, soup, salad, and dessert, according to Grapee.
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In addition to the fast-food chain’s popular menu, the restaurant offers exclusive items such as a “Special Fried Chicken Soup Curry,” special rotisserie chicken, and a pan-baked potato casserole.
Soft drinks and alcohol are also being served in the restaurant as part of the all-you-can-drink package.
Lunch, which is being served between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m., costs 1,980 yen ($18) for adults and $9 for elementary school students. The price for dinner (5 p.m. to 10 p.m.) starts at 1,280 yen for elementary school students and 2,580 yen ($23) for adults.
Customers younger than elementary school age can also take advantage of the lunch or dinner offer for only 480 yen ($4) and free entry for children who are three feet tall or under.
Customers can only stay for the lunch and dinner buffet for 80 minutes, and it comes with a free all-you-can-drink option. However, KFC Japan also offers alcohol into the mix for an additional cost of 1,250 yen ($11).
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