Updated: November 06, 2018
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The KFC All-You-Can-Eat (And Drink!) Buffet Is Wild In Osaka, Japan

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Other than the ordinary fried chicken, the buffet provides assorted kinds of pasta, soups, bread, and sweets. Alert to beer lovers, the all-you-can-drink beer plan is available yoo! Located at Lalaport Expo City, Osaka since 2015.

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First Ever All-You-Can-Eat KFC

KFC Japan opened the world's first KFC all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant in Osaka. For about one hour and a half, you can indulge in the irresistably delicious fried chicken the restaurant is famous for. The buffet also includes a variety of other items such as pasta, lasagna, sausages and salads.
A cozy interior that looks welcoming and relaxing to the customers. It is a smoke-free environment with over 100 seats in the restaurant. Customers can choose freely between the bench seats and table seats. The restaurant is spacious and children can move around easily.
The buffet area is really mouth-watering! If you've never had KFC in Japan, you'll probably notice a slight difference in taste as the recipe was changed slightly to cater to local preferences. At any rate, the chicken is still excellent.
There are coffee jelly and ice cream available for dessert. The Japanese people love coffee jelly and it does make a good light dessert to finish your fried chicken meal with.
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If you want a cold one KFC also got you covered. There's an all-you-can-drink beer option for an extra ¥1,250.
There is a wall dedicated to Colonel Sanders and he's watching you enjoy the tasty chicken.

Mix-matching of your own

This is what your plate could look like!

Buffet Prices *Drink Bar included*

-Weekdays-
[Lunch | 11am-5pm | 80mins]
Adults : 1,880 yen
Elementary Students : 980 yen
Kids (not yet elementary school) : 480 yen
Kids (below 3 years old) : Eat free

[Dinner | 5pm-10pm | 90mins]
Adults : 2,480 yen
Elementary Students : 1,280 yen
Kids (not yet elementary school) : 480 yen
Kids (below 3 years old) : Eat free

-Weekends and Holidays-
[Lunch | 11am-5pm | 80mins]
Adults : 1,980 yen
Elementary Students : 1,080 yen
Kids (not yet elementary school) : 480 yen
Kids (below 3 years old) : Eat free

[Dinner | 5pm-10pm | 90mins]
Adults : 2,480 yen
Elementary Students : 1,280 yen
Kids (not yet elementary school) : 480 yen
Kids (below 3 years old) : Eat free

-all-you-can-drink Beer-
1,250 yen

*price stated before tax

Fun Fact...

There are only 2 branches in Japan that have KFC buffet all-year-round. Cheers for people that live in Kansai area, because both are in the same prefecture, Osaka.
-Weekdays-
[Lunch | 11am-5pm | 60mins]
Adults : 1,450 yen
Elementary Students : 800 yen
Kids (not yet elementary school) : 400 yen
Kids (below 3 years old) : Eat free

[Dinner | 5pm-9pm | 60mins]
Adults : 1,550 yen
Elementary Students : 800 yen
Kids (not yet elementary school) : 400 yen
Kids (below 3 years old) : Eat free

-Weekends and Holidays-
[All day| 10am-9pm | 60mins]
Adults : 1,650 yen
Elementary Students : 800 yen
Kids (not yet elementary school) : 400 yen
Kids (below 3 years old) : Eat free



※Seniors above 65 years old(with ID card)1000 yen

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