Open Post: Hosted By KFC Singapore’s Fried Chicken Shelled Taco

March 6, 2020 / Posted by:

Delish says there’s a new fast food craze out in the world, but this one is international so us North Americans will just have to imagine it. KFC has come up with a new product in their Singapore restaurants. I’m sure you know that KFC and Taco Bell are owned by the same company. Well, the two came together to create the Kentaco, a fried chicken taco And it’s not a taco with friend chicken in it. It’s a taco whose shell is a fried chicken. Blood pressure be damned, time to fuck things up! 

KFC has had some wild food products before like donut chicken sandwiches, Cheetos chicken sandwiches, and popcorn chicken sundaes. Remember the Double Down Dog? Truly, they want to end the human race. Well, the Singapore branch has released a new chicken taco for $5.95 ($7.95 if you want a full meal). The Kentaco was announced earlier this month and has been doing pretty well. Reviews have been mostly positive for the chicken taco though people are still confused by the concept. It’s basically a fried piece of chicken with cheese, some lettuce and some tomatoes squished between it. No word on how long the Kentaco will be around, so it’s a good time to fly to Singapore and try one. Who cares about coronavirus!

And clearly the people in Singapore don’t five a fuck (unless that fuck is chicken fried), because apart from this chicken shell taco, they also sell full-on fried chicken skin. Delicousness ahead:

Joey Tribbiani must be in love!

To be fair to KFC, neither of these qualify as their most repulsive creation. That title will forever belong to their Crocs.

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