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Thinkin’ of pickin’ finger lickin’ chicken?

For the family or just for you, KFC’s secret recipe of 11 herbs and spices has had us hooked since 1965 when they opened their first restaurant in Preston, Lancashire.

You’ll find KFC at bucketloads of Moto locations across the country, available to eat in, take away, pre-order using Order and Collect, and even for delivery at select locations from Uber Eats and Deliveroo. 

An ideal choice for families, KFC’s famous buckets and boxes are jam packed with their original recipe chicken to dip, dunk, and share, and it doesn’t stop there.

Solo travellers can enjoy a meal for one - and the wealth of choice on offer goes way beyond what you might expect from a fast food restaurant on the road.

We understand that thousands of HGV drivers and business travellers rely on the food available on the motorway network, that’s why we only work with brands that are committed to offering a broad range of menu items. From rice boxes to burgers, salads to sweet treats, there’s flavour by the cluckload!


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Nutrition and allergen information

We believe in serving fresh food using only the finest ingredients – check out our nutritional and allergen information here.


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Working together to provide fresher, healthier food

Like us, KFC are making an ongoing commitment to providing fresher, healthier food and are aiming to cut the calories on their menus by 20% - the equivalent of wiping off 57 billion calories from KFC menus across the country!

And like us again, they’re committed to giving back to the communities in which they inhabit - their KFC Foundation has paid out £3million to charity partners since 2015. And to make sure there’s no fowl play, KFC really care about where their food comes from, and that makes us smile. Since 2002 they have been producing the Chicken Welfare Report, an honest and open review of the welfare of the chickens they use. 

Oh, and no, we don’t know how they get the gravy to taste so cluckin’ good either.