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KFC launches an all-you-can-eat buffet – complete with the famous fried chicken and exclusive meals

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Thousands of hungry diners are flocking to Japan to dine at all-you-can-eat KFC.

The fast food chain has opened up a new buffet-style restaurant in Tokyo offering Colonel’s famous fried chicken, chips, mash potato and gravy, salad, seafood, gourmet pastas, lasagne, croissants and desserts.

The Japanese menu offers 50 different items, including exclusive meals such as a ‘special fried chicken soup curry’, rotisserie chicken, tandoori chicken, pan-baked potato casserole, prawn gratin, paella, and ‘bread quiche’.

For adults, there’s also an option to upgrade your dining experience with an all-you-can-drink alcohol package for an additional ¥1,250 (AU$16.45).

Thousands of hungry diners are flocking to Japan to dine at all-you-can-eat KFC

Thousands of hungry diners are flocking to Japan to dine at all-you-can-eat KFC

The fast food chain has opened up a new buffet-style restaurant in Tokyo offering unlimited Colonel's famous fried chicken, nuggets, wings, fries, salads, pasta dishes and desserts

The fast food chain has opened up a new buffet-style restaurant in Tokyo offering unlimited Colonel’s famous fried chicken, nuggets, wings, fries, salads, pasta dishes and desserts

Hungry diners can eat unlimited fried chicken with its signature 11 herbs and spices

Hungry diners can eat unlimited fried chicken with its signature 11 herbs and spices

Thousands of hungry diners are flocking to Tokyo to dine at all-you-can-eat KFC

Thousands of hungry diners are flocking to Tokyo to dine at all-you-can-eat KFC

Lunch runs between 11am and 5pm for ‎¥1,980 (AU$26) for adults, junior and high school students aged 13 to 18 – and ‎¥980 (AU$12.90) for elementary students aged between six and 12.

The dinner menu is available after 5pm until 10pm for ‎¥2,580 (AU$34) for adults, junior and high school students – and ‎¥1,280 (AU$16.85) for elementary students.

Both lunch and dinner are available for children under the age of six for ¥480 (AU$6.30) and toddler kids under three can eat for free.

The dining experience lasts 80 minutes and includes all-you-can-drink soft drinks.

But to secure a table for lunch, there’s a waiting system in place to avoid queues.

The restaurant only dishes out 100 tickets per day with a number between one to 100 allocated to diners – meaning you’d have to arrive early so you don’t miss out.

Numbers one to 25 can eat from 11am, 25 to 50 can secure a table from 12.30pm, 51 to 75 can dine from 2pm and 75 to 100 can head in from 3.30pm.

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Diners are spoiled for choice - with up to 50 items to choose from the Japanese buffet

Diners are spoiled for choice – with up to 50 items to choose from the Japanese buffet

There's a salad bar where you can create your own salad with ingredients and dressing

There’s a salad bar where you can create your own salad with ingredients and dressing

The menu offers 50 different items, including exclusive meals such as a 'special fried chicken soup curry' (pictured), rotisserie chicken and pan-baked potato casserole

The menu offers 50 different items, including exclusive meals such as a ‘special fried chicken soup curry’ (pictured), rotisserie chicken and pan-baked potato casserole

To secure a table for lunch, there's a waiting system in place to avoid queues. The restaurant only dishes out 100 tickets per day with a number between one to 100 allocated to diners - meaning you'd have to arrive early so you don't miss out

To secure a table for lunch, there’s a waiting system in place to avoid queues. The restaurant only dishes out 100 tickets per day with a number between one to 100 allocated to diners – meaning you’d have to arrive early so you don’t miss out

After indulging yourself with savoury foods, diners can end their dining experience with a selection of desserts to choose from, including parfaits, jelly, cakes and more

After indulging yourself with savoury foods, diners can end their dining experience with a selection of desserts to choose from, including parfaits, jelly, cakes and more

Lunch runs between 11am and 5pm for ‎¥1,980 (AU$26) for adults and ‎¥980 (AU$12.90) children aged between six and 12

The dinner menu is available after 5pm until 10pm for ‎¥2,580 (AU$34) for adults and ‎¥1,280 (AU$16.85) for elementary students

Lunch runs between 11am and 5pm and the dinner menu is available after 5pm until 10pm

Diners can indulge in the Original Recipe fried chicken with 11 herbs and spices, create their own salads at the salad bar and enjoy never-before-seen meals.

Other items on the menu include fried rice, garlic bread, chicken nuggets and wings.

After indulging yourself with savoury foods, diners can end their dining experience with a selection of desserts to choose from, including parfaits, jelly, profiteroles, cakes and more.

Located at the Minami-Machida Grandberry Park, the restaurant has a ‘KFC home party’ theme, featuring a family-style layout – making it very different to a standard KFC fast food store.

The Tokyo restaurant, which opened in November 2019, also offers a children’s ‘school corner’ so students can learn about cooking and kitchen safety.

Before the latest opening, there were multiple pop-up all-you-can-eat KFC stores around the city.

But Tokyo foodies will no longer have to wait around as the permanent Machida buffet officially marks the second permanent all-you-can-eat KFC to open in Japan after a restaurant rolled out in Osaka in 2015.

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