KFC rolls out more new kitchen designs

After giving its Bracknell branch a ‘hipster’ makeover, KFC has revealed that it is set to transform two more of its restaurants in Guilford and Aldershot.

The fast food chain has revealed that it will renovate the outlets in 2015, with the theme ‘kitchens as the heart of the home’. This will see the restaurants transformed in such a way that they will more closely resemble luxury built kitchens in Cheshire than fast food joints in their respective towns.

A spokesman for KFC said:

“Following on from the success of the recent refurbishment in Bracknell, we are looking forward to rolling out the new design nationwide starting in January 2015. We hope to introduce the new design to stores in Aldershot and Guildford over the coming year.”

The Bracknell restaurant, which was the first to receive the makeover treatment, reopened in early November and featured timber tables and brick-effect walls to make it more homely. It is likely that the Guildford and Aldershot outlets will receive a similar makeover, as KFC makes an effort to rebrand its restaurants into family-friendly eateries that have a kitchen-table feel.

The company wants its locations to reflect the fact that its food is freshly cooked, which is why it has opted for a homely makeover for its restaurants.

The Bracknell restaurant is also semi-open plan, which enables diners to watch as their meals are prepared. This could well be the future for all fast food restaurants, as customers are increasingly concerned about how their food is made.

Posted by Peter
January 9, 2015

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