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KFC (Jurong Spring)

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This fast food restaurant has been a household name in Singapore since the 1970's, when it opened its first restaurant in Somerset Road. It is famous for its finger lickin' fried chicken as well as whipped potato and coleslaw. Responding to rising health consciousness among consumers, KFC has introduced salads to its menu.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 65630413
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The Only Finger Licking Good Chicken

I know it must sound crazy to comment a fast food restaurant like KFC. However, after so many disappointed tries at other over rated fried chicken shops I realize this grandpa from Kentucky DID know how to do chicken right! Moreover, the KFC in Singapore make the chicken finger licking good! The chicken meat here is NOT tasteless or dry. They are actually juicy. Also instead of French fries, they offer the classic mashed potato. Seriously, no more Bazzar...

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I know it must sound crazy to comment a fast food restaurant like KFC. However, after so many disappointed tries at other over rated fried chicken shops I realize this grandpa from Kentucky DID know how to do chicken right! Moreover, the KFC in Singapore make the chicken finger licking good! The chicken meat here is NOT tasteless or dry. They are actually juicy. Also instead of French fries, they offer the classic mashed potato. Seriously, no more Bazzar...
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