Imagine if KFC had an illegitimate child with Wagas, and you'd have a rough approximation of what K-Pro is. The show pony is the electronic payment kiosk at the entrance. You place your order on a touch screen, scan your QR code, and wait. Food is allegedly made to order (hrrrm), things like fried calamari, sweet potato fries, and "Mexican" fried chicken. Some items on the menu are just dressed up KFC staples, like an egg tart topped with blueberry compote. Others are just variations on a popular theme, like their durian crepe cake. But, credit where it's due, it's very affordable. Main reason to go is they serve Cremia, a very excellent soft serve brand from Japan.
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