KFC Singapore debuts open-kitchen restaurant at Tampines Mall
KFC Singapore has launched its first Southeast Asian open-kitchen restaurant at Tampines Mall, revealing how its chicken is prepared.
The fast-food giant’s Open Kitchen program, also called ‘The Tank’, has already been rolled out in the UK, Ireland, Australia and Japan.
“With the rollout of the ‘The Tank’ at KFC Tampines Mall and the KFC Open Kitchen program, I hope to proudly share KFC’s heritage and Colonel Sanders’ obsessive passion in cooking the best-tasting chicken,” said Lynette Lee, KFC Singapore GM.
The chain also plans to host guests on ‘insider tours’ where visitors can watch staff perform Colonel Harlan Sanders’ “7-10-7” technique.
Beginning today, guided 35-minute tour sessions of KFC kitchens at selected outlets, including Kallang, Waterway Point, Toa Payoh Lorong 6, Jurong Point and Northpoint City, will be available for booking online through KFC Singapore’s website.
Tours cost $15, including a two-piece KFC chicken meal and a goodie bag. Visitors will get to see the kitchen’s storage area, the chicken breading and preparation stations, and the service counter area.