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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.