But it can only be taken advantage of by reservation, so book your pleather seat today!

A few years back, KFC Japan treated customers to a flurry of all-you-can-eat specials, but since August of 2016 they have been eerily quiet when it comes to piles of poultry seasoned with those eleven herbs and spices for a flat fee. Sure they had that all-you-can-drink beer thing last year, but that just wasn’t the same.

But now it’s back baby! On four selected days between 27 March and 17 April, customers who make a reservation in advance by phone or in-person at participating stores will be gifted with unlimited original recipe fried chicken, and more, for 45 minutes.

The offer is available on each Tuesday during the three-week period within the “dinner” hours of 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Be careful though. Not every KFC is offering this deal, but it can be found in 247 stores, so a participating one (list below) is probably never too far away.

The all-you-can-eat deal costs 1,380 yen (US$13) and begins with a starting order of three pieces of original recipe chicken, one small order of tornado fries (“Colonel ring potato”), one biscuit, and a medium soft drink. After that you can get as much of any of those items as you want for the remainder of the 45 minutes!

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We’ve been studying all-you-can-eat KFC in the name of science for quite some time now. Our painstakingly thorough research has concluded that an average adult male can cram about 11 metric pieces (10.951 US pieces) of chicken down his gullet in such a time frame.

However, considering the price of admission, as long as you eat about two more pieces of chicken then you’re at least breaking even. After that, you’ll be eating on the Colonel’s dime. Really though, like my father always told me, it’s not whether you fleece a major restaurant chain or not, but how you gorge on the food.

Related: List of KFC participating outlets (Japanese)
Source: KFC Japan

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