KFC is opening its kitchens to members of the public for the first time this weekend, where ordinary punters will be able to see how the famous fried chicken is made.
On Saturday 6 May, the restaurant chain is opening up over 100 branches to ticket-holders, who will be able to prepare some food in the kitchen, then leave with a free meal.
“There’s a behind the scenes tour, the chance to build your own burger and free food. You’ll also leave as the proud owner of a KFC apron and hat,” the company’s website stated. “We want to show you the magic behind our lovingly crafted, freshly prepared chicken. You can ask our teams anything you’ve ever wondered about KFC… the aim of the day is to feed your curiosity, then your appetite.”
Paula MacKenzie, general manager of KFC UK & Ireland, said: “We want to show that the only secret at KFC is the Colonel’s recipe. We are proud of our lovingly crafted, freshly prepared chicken and wanted to share some of that magic with our customers. This is your chance to ask anything you’ve ever wondered about KFC.”