“The latest chicken innovation from KFC is here! The big boss of tacos,” KFC Philippines said in the post. “No shell. All chicken. That’s how we do it!”
The fast-food giant’s Chaco switches the corn (or flour) tortilla with a chicken fillet that’s folded like a taco. It is stuffed with shredded lettuce, salsa, corn, taco-spiced mayo, and grated cheese.
This might sound wacky — and perhaps not all too structurally sound — but it’s actually a lot like the KFC Double Down, a sandwich made with two pieces of fried chicken fillet rather than hamburger buns.
Here in the Philippines, of course, people usually pair it with an order of rice and a bowl of unlimited gravy, so that will probably be the case with the Chaco too.
Customers can get it a la carte for PHP99 (US$1.89); with fries and a drink for PHP145 (US$2.77), or with a Fully Loaded meal, which includes a piece of fried chicken and spaghetti for PHP219 (US$4.19).