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You can get KFC delivered to your door from these five restaurants in Bromley and Bexley

PUBLISHED: 10:52 21 April 2017 | UPDATED: 10:55 21 April 2017

Some KFC's across Bexley and Bromley will now deliver to your door

Some KFC's across Bexley and Bromley will now deliver to your door

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Food delivery service Just Eat has announced it now delivers KFC to people’s doors in Bromley and Bexley.

Five restaurants across the two boroughs have signed up to the service, with even more reportedly on the way.

So far the following restaurants in the boroughs have signed up:

· Bexleyheath

· Bromley

· Erith

· Thamesmead

· Welling

Graham Corfield, UK Managing Director at Just Eat commented: “We’re adding KFC restaurants every week, meaning more customers will be able to enjoy KFC at the click of a button in their area very soon.”

The growing appetite for home delivery has reportedly seen growing favour for chicken, with JustEat claiming it as one of the top five cuisines ordered through the service in the past 12 months.

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