Holy Bucket! World’s First Drive Thru Only KFC Launches In NSW

Holy Bucket! World’s First Drive Thru Only KFC Launches In NSW
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Australia is leading the globe in technology and invention with the opening of the restaurant of the future – the world’s first Drive Thru Only KFC in the fittingly industrious city of Newcastle in NSW. 

With the demand for speedy service and efficiency soaring in Australia, customers will now be able to order and pay for a KFC meal with the KFC app or on the KFC website before arriving at the Drive Thru Only restaurant.

Upon arrival Drive Thru Only customers will enter a unique four-digit code generated by the KFC app or KFC website on a touchscreen receiver, transmitting their order to the kitchen where it will be freshly prepared, ready for pick up at the window.

With five-lanes dedicated to feeding chicken loving Newcastle fans, two lanes will have traditional order options, alongside three online pick-up lanes, meaning everyone can experience the convenience of Drive Thru Only.

Chief development officer at KFC Australia, Inara Gravitis said: “We are continually looking for ways to offer our customers even faster and more convenient ordering. KFC is committed to investing in technology and innovative restaurant designs. – so a delicious Kentucky Fried Chicken® meal is only a click away!”

“Since launching the app in 2013, it’s been downloaded more than 1.3 million times, making our customers’ ordering experience as customisable, convenient and time-saving as possible.

The first KFC Drive Thru Only restaurant is located at 80 Lambton Road, Broadmeadow and will opens its lanes on Wednesday 13th November from 10 am until midnight, 7 days a week.

With the eyes of the world watching to see its success, the Drive Thru Only restaurant in Newcastle will be a trial for potential rollout across Australia in the near future.

 

 

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