Following in the footsteps of fast-food chains like Burger King and Sizzler, KFC, née Kentucky Fried Chicken, has unveiled a plant-based menu.
Partnering up with food giant CP’s homegrown plant-based brand Meat Zero, KFC has developed a range of plant-based goodies that the brand says capture the look, taste, texture, and smell of the colonel’s fried bird.
Some of the dishes on the menu include plant-based chicken pops (B49), spicy rice bowls with plant-based chicken pops (B75), combo plant-based pops (B79), combo plant-based zabb rice bowls (B119), and combo salad bowls with plant-based pops (B119).
The meat-free options are currently available at just two “KFC Green” branches: the Sangsom Building (Viphavadhi-Rangsit Rd.) and Vanachai Depot Chachoengsao.  
With more people in Thailand reducing their meat consumption, it seems the time was right for the fried chicken brand, known for its extra-secret recipe made from a proprietary blend of 11 herbs and spices, to jump on the bandwagon. But this trial menu will only be available until Sep 29. If you’re lucky, it might appear in stores near you after that.