Tokyo KFC Buffet In Grandberry Park Gives You 50 Items To Choose From

Fried chicken is something many people can’t get enough of. For those who have no qualms indulging, we just can’t get enough of that crispy skin and juicy meat.

This will literally be the case if you are visiting Tokyo soon.

According to Japan Today, KFC Japan has recently opened a buffet restaurant at Minami-machida Grandberry Park on 13 Nov.

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You heard us right. It’s a buffet, which means you get to enjoy unlimited pieces of fried chicken from as low as $12 (980 yen).

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Tokyo KFC buffet has 50 menu items

The buffet menu consists of 50 food and drink items, including their original fried chicken, pasta, curry, soup, salad, and dessert.

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According to SoraNews24 reporters who paid the restaurant a visit during the opening, you’ll be delighted to find other classic menu items available too.

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The Minami-machida Grandberry Park KFC restaurant also has dishes unique to them, one of which is called the “Special Fried Chicken Soup Curry”.

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This is basically a win-win if you love both Japanese curry and fried chicken.

Other unique items, as seen on SoraNews24’s report, include:

  • Hot bacon and vegetable salad

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  • Meatball and grilled vegetable stew

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  • Prawn gratin

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Are you salivating yet? ‘Cause we definitely are. Find out more on what the KFC buffet restaurant has to offer here.

KFC buffet Tokyo’s prices & timings

Lunch buffet between 11am and 5pm costs $25 (1,980 yen) each for adults and $12 (980 yen) each for elementary school students.

If you’re heading there for dinner, between 5pm and 10pm, this will set you back by $32 (2,580 yen) each for adults, and $16 (1,280 yen) each for elementary school students.

For those younger than elementary school students, both lunch and dinner will cost $6 (480 yen).

The crowd at the KFC restaurant in Minami-machida Grandberry Park
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Free-flow soft drinks are included in the buffet. But if you’re feeling wild, you can spend an additional $16 (1,250 yen) to get free-flow alcohol as well.

Just remember you have to be of legal age before you can do so.

Do note that the buffet only runs for 80 minutes once you enter, so if you’re a slow eater, it’s best to chew a little faster.

30 minutes away from Shibuya Station

If you are a fried chicken lover or simply a die-hard KFC fan, you definitely have to check out this buffet to satisfy your cravings.

Here’s what you need to know to get there.

Location: 3-4-1 Tsuruma, Machida City, Tokyo
Nearest station: Minami-machida Grandberry Park station

Minami-machida Grandberry Park is only 30 minutes away via train from Shibuya station. All you have to do is take the Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line and stop at Minami-machida Grandberry Park station.

Oh, remember to bring your own chilli sauce as Japanese fast food chains do not usually provide them.

Featured image adapted from Livedoor News and SoraNews24.