In other parts of the world, KFC has strayed pretty far from their fried poultry-based roots (Japanese locations even have deep-fried soup.) Now KFC Russia is gathering up new menu items that will probably never see the light of the day in the west. They’ve gone full-on teriyaki.
The new line is chock-full of teriyaki-based items, from rice bowls to salads to wraps. The star ingredient looks to be just your average fried-chicken chunks rolled around in sauce and sesame seeds, but they are certainly upping the curiosity factor by stocking chopsticks. That’s right. People in Russia can stroll on down to their local KFC and eat their dinner with chopsticks. The world is a magical and mysterious place.
When will the rest of the world get to chomp down on KFC’s attempt at Japanese food? There has been nothing announced, but keep your chopsticks sharp anyways.