Free Cheese Fries at KFC
“Upgrade to cheese fries, please.” Those are the magic words I’d say whenever I’m facing the cashier at KFC. It might cost me an extra $2.20, but if it means getting that gooey golden goodness, count me in.
That’s why the news of KFC’s free Cheese Fries has got me brimming with glee. With National Day less than a week away, KFC is getting in on the festivities by giving free Cheese Fries with every purchase of a two-piece or three-piece Chicken Meal.
Seeing as how KFC’s Cheese Fries usually cost $4.20 when bought on an a la carte basis, this deal is an absolute steal. For just $8.15, you’ll get two pieces of chicken, regular whipped potato and coleslaw, a regular drink and, of course, cheese fries. As always, you can choose between Original Recipe and Hot & Crispy for your chicken, and even top up $2 to get a three-piece Chicken Meal.
If you have somehow never eaten this savoury side, let me bring you up to speed. The dish comprises crispy fries that are doused in mayonnaise and jalapeno cheese sauce. The result is an indulgent treat that boasts a savoury flavour—the best accompaniment for all that fried chicken goodness.
Of course, the star of the set is the Original Recipe chicken that’s freshly prepared at the restaurant itself. Biting into the tender flesh, you can taste the different spice profiles—a result of their secret recipe of 11 herbs and spices.
Some of you eagle-eyed readers might have also noticed the cup of SJORA Mango Peach included with the set, instead of the usual soft drink. Well, that’s ‘cause this promo also includes a free upgrade to the refreshing drink, making the set well worth the purchase.
So if you’re gunning to sink your teeth into this treasure trove of decadent delights, head to your nearest KFC now as the promo is available for a limited time only! That being said, do note that the set won’t be available at the Jewel Changi Airport, KidZania, Sentosa, and Singapore Zoo outlets—so bust out Google Maps if you’re near those areas for the next closest KFC joint.
Photos taken by Reynard Lee.
This post is brought to you by KFC.