Attention fried chicken fanatics: KFC is re-opening its kitchens to the public with free guided tours set to take place on 18 April. In addition to seeing how the company makes its chicken, customers will also score a free KFC lunch. Here's how to book your tour.
Following the success of its national kitchen tour last year, KFC is once again offering customers an inside look into its cooking process. The tour takes approximately half an hour with live commentary from KFC's restaurant managers. Best of all, participants score two pieces of Original Recipe chicken, a regular chips and a drink at the conclusion of the tour.
To book a tour at the nearest participating outlet, head to KFC's Open Kitchen website. The tour is running for one day only and each session is capped at eight people. Our advice is to get in quickly -- last year's tours filled up pretty quickly.
For a taste of what's involved, check out our guided tour of KFC's flagship Mascott store from last year. Even if you have no interest in KFC's cooking process, it's not a bad way to score a free lunch.