Is that a night club or a museum? Calm down your bananas. It’s the latest KFC restaurant in Bangkok!
We are already living in the future. Celebrating its 100 outlets in Thailand, KFC Ekamai open its most-futuristic branch to the public this month to great hype. The sleek looking stand-alone outlet features brightly lit Neon lights lights and triangular-merging-shape glass cladding, resembling a music night club. The popular drive-thru restaurant was designed by Charcoal Design Co. Ltd to celebrate KFC’s 100 branch in the country.
On the store front, customers are greeted with ‘Hello Ekamai‘ signage with ample of car parks spaces surrounding the outlet. Ekamai is a vibrant upscale expat neighbourhood popular among Japanese and home to Japanese sushi restaurants, chic coffee cafes and hiso (High Society) bars. It’s one of the most expensive place to live in Bangkok since it’s popular among local Thai celebrities and nightlife.
On the interior, the outlet features a modern twist of white and red finishing carrying the signature of Colonel Sander’s brand and integration of self-ordering kiosk. The outlet will operate 24 hours once the COVID 19 restriction is lifted and currently operates on limited hours according to lockdown’s SOP.
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