KFC fans across London can now get their favourite food delivered straight to their door.
The fast-food chain, famous for its fried chicken, has partnered with online takeaway service Just Eat to offer deliveries through its app and website from 30 of its branches in Greater London.
“We're thrilled to welcome KFC to the Just Eat platform, offering our customers in London an even wider choice of food than ever before,“ Graham Corfield, UK managing director at Just Eat, said.
“We're adding KFC restaurants every week, meaning more customers will be able to enjoy KFC’s world famous chicken at the click of a button in their area very soon,” he added.
Menu options available to order include KFC’s sharing buckets, popcorn chicken, boneless banquets, wraps and a wide range of sides.
Currently, customers can order KFC for deliver across most areas of London.
The food delivery service’s app is free to download but users can also place orders through its website.
Just Eat, which listed on the stock exchange in 2014, charges a commission on restaurant orders made over its website and app. The company announced in December it is to spend up to £300m on a buying its smaller rivals Hungry House and SkipTheDishes, although the deal still has to be cleared by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).
The company’s total revenues increase by 52 per cent to £375.7m for the year ending 31 December 2016.
Here is the full list of places where Just Eat delivers KFC to:
● Apex Corner
● Ballards Lane
● Canning Town
● Deptford – Evelyn St
● East Finchley
● Enfield Highway
● Golders Green
● Hackney – Mare Street
● Lea Bridge
● Stoke Newington
● Tottenham Hale
● Waltham Cross
● Wood Green
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