KFC revealed just last week that it was planning to reopen a small number of its stores, with an initial list of 21 locations open for delivery only. The fast food chain had to close its shops due to the coronavirus but is slowly but surely reopening across the country to serve its customers and get back to business. The good news was announced on its website. 


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The latest update informed customers that more openings are just around the corner. 

“Update from The Colonel. By Monday May 4th we’ll have reopened 100 of our restaurants in the UK for delivery,” the statement read. “We’re reopening our restaurants in a responsible way, with stringent processes and hygiene measures in place. 

“We’ll be serving a limited menu to help the smaller kitchen teams maintain social distancing.”

KFC fans were delighted just last week when the chain revealed it was opening a select number of restaurants for delivery only, using Deliveroo, Just Eat and Uber Eats to get its food into customers’ hands. 

The brand is also helping key workers by donating food to its local heroes. 

The statement continued: “Opening these restaurants will mean that we can continue donating food to NHS and key workers – we’ll be delivering 10,000 meals a week from these restaurants in partnership with Deliveroo.”

Chicken lovers can head onto the website to find a KFC near them that’s open for food delivery. 

The list of the new reopenings has not yet been revealed but the additional stores should be up and running by Monday 4th May. 

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The chicken chain first announced it was reopening some of its stores on the 16th April, having closed in March in a decision that it said “wasn’t taken lightly”. 

The brand started by opening just eleven locations, and assured the public that they were playing it safe with strict measures for their kitchens. 

Writing on its website, the brand said: “To do this in the right way, we’ve put new processes in place and stepped up our already stringent hygiene measures. We’re serving a limited menu, which means we can have a smaller kitchen team to maintain social distancing. 

“Our teams are amazing and we’d never ask them to come back to work if they weren’t comfortable, so they’re returning on an opt-in basis.”


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The restaurants currently open for delivery on Deliveroo, Just Eat, or Uber Eats are as follows:

Heaton Chapel


New Oscott

Manchester Hulme

Manchester Deansgate



Ipswich – Cardinal Park

Glasgow – Pollockshaw Road

Glasgow – Great Western Retail Park

Enfield – Coliseum Retail Park

Bury – Moorgate Retail Park

Bently Bridge – Bentley Bridge Pleasure Park

Great Bridge – Great Bridge Retail Park

Romford Gallows – Colchester Road

Tyburn – Kingsbury Road

Norwich – Mile Cross Lane

Brighton – Western Road

Putney – High Street

Mornington Crescent

Hammersmith – Kings Street

Ashford – Eureka Leisure Park

Broadstairs – Westwood Retail Park

Dover – Honey Wood Retail Park

Birmingham – Martineau Place

Grimsby – Birchin Way

Rochdale – Kingsway Retail Park

Wakefield – Westgate Retail Park

Glasgow – Nitshill Road

Northampton – Towcester Road

Wrexham – St Georges Crescent

Southampton – Above Bar Street

Sheffield – Queens Road

Lancaster – Penny Street

Oxley – Bushbury Lane

Manchester Fort Shopping Park

Farnworth – Albert Road

Bloxwich – Leamore Lane

Wythenshawe – Rowlands Way

East Kilbride – Kingsgate Retail Park

Slough – Farnham Road

More store reopenings are expected to be confirmed by KFC over the next few days.

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