After the runaway success of my previous masterpiece, How to order Mcdonald’s delivery in Shanghai, I decided to try to answer another question – just how do you order KFC delivery in Shanghai?
The results are staggeringly easy:
Call 4008-823-823 from your mobile or home phone.
It should be a human answering (not a machine like Mcdonald’s), so just say “I’d like to make an order for delivery please”. They will then connect you with an English speaker.
They will now ask for your address. Go ahead and give it to them. Don’t be afraid of telling them the ‘two road intersection’ that you’re near, too. It might make your chicken arrive quicker!
Ordering time. Ok, don’t expect the same service that you get inside a KFC branch. You can order what you want, but some things aren’t available. Like chips (french fries). I mean…what turf? I don’t care if they’re cold when they arrive. You can order mashed potato (3.5rmb) though! Quite fun.
This beef wrap + 2 wings + orange juice was 27.5rmb. Blammo.
The lack of fries makes combo deals slightly different, with two chicken wings taking the place of their potato cousins. They also don’t sell single cokes or pepsi – you have to either get juice or a big-ass bottle of Pepsi (1.25l), but it’s cheap so do it. You’re going to need something to wash the greasy chicken down.
Finally, order some egg tarts! They’re 25rmb for 6 (expensive) but tasty as hell. Make good breakfast too.
(If you would prefer to…you know…actually cook some food, then why not try out some recipes from my cooking website – It’s not rocket salad!)
The service is from 10am until 10pm – NO 4AM MUNCHIES FOR YOU! The delivery costs 6mb no matter how much you order, and they specifically put on their website that you DON’T HAVE TO TIP. Deal.