KFC is set to offer fans a one-of-a-kind fine dining experience in Australia – complete with a lavish 11-course tasting menu.
In a world-first, the fast food chain has joined forces with British chef Nelly Robinson to bring a fancy new degustation restaurant to Sydney for three nights only.
From tasty starters to indulgent desserts, diners can expect a decadent selection of dishes showcasing the iconic menu items with a theatrical twist.
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Dishes include Supercharged Wings, Potato and Gravy ‘candle’, Tongue Twister, Twister Sister, Popcorn Chicken, La Di Da Drumstick and Chocolate Mousse.
“We’re thrilled to be reinventing the idea of fine dining by bringing a fun and delicious degustation to Sydney,” Kristi Woolrych, chief marketing officer at KFC Australia, said.
“We can’t wait to unveil the full 11-course menu we’ve created with degustation expert Nelly Robinson to show that our Kentucky Fried Chicken is worthy of a fine dining experience.
“Our fans will experience KFC in ways they could never have imagined as they are taken on a world-first culinary journey that looks and tastes uniquely KFC.
“We’ve pulled out all the stops to make it a magical moment and one that our guests will never forget.”
Nelly, owner of Sydney restaurant, nel., said: “For the menu, I’ve taken 11 KFC dishes and reimagined how the flavours and textures come to life using my expertise in degustation menus to truly blow fans away.
“From Wicked Wings cooked on charcoal fires to edible stencil art of the Colonel’s face, we have crafted a high-end dining adventure. So, we can’t wait to see their reactions to each of the devilishly good dishes.”
Set to open its doors on Friday, April 1, fans have three nights to experience the degustation with sittings held each evening at from 5pm to 8.30pm at a secret venue in Sydney’s Alexandria.
For $75 a head, guests will be served 11-courses of decadence and fine wines to match.
To book a seat, diners are required to sign up to a waitlist. Lucky fans will be contacted if they landed a spot at one of the degustation evenings from March 23.
KFC will donate 100 per cent of the profits to its charity partners: The Black Dog Institute, ReachOut Australia and Whitelion.
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