Owner of the & # 39; most remote KFC in the world & # 39; asks to give his store a Michelin star – because & # 39; customers travel 1000 km for his roast chicken & # 39;
- Sam Edelman has served customers who traveled from 500 to 1000 km
- The Alice Springs franchisee says he is the & # 39; most remote KFC & # 39; in the world
- He gave more than 100 free pieces of fried chicken in an attempt to win the prize
The owner of an external Outback KFC is calling for a Michelin star to be given to his store after giving 100 free pieces of chicken to loyal customers.
Sam Edelman, owner of Alice Springs KFC in the Northern Territory, claimed to have served customers traveling up to 1,000 miles to eat alone at his store.
Edelman, who claims the & # 39; most remote KFC in the world & # 39; to run, said his modest store was worthy of the most prestigious dinner price.
The Michelin star – a coveted culinary award – is a prestigious title awarded to restaurants based on the quality of their food and service.
Sam Edelman strives for one of the most prestigious eateries in the world – the Michelin star
Mr. Edelman, owner of Alice Springs KFC in the Northern Territory (photo), has served customers who have traveled 500 to 1000km
The franchisee who says he is the & # 39; most remote KFC in the world & # 39; has handed out more than 100 free pieces of fried chicken on Sunday to win the prize.
Restaurants can receive between one and three stars.
One star indicates that the restaurant is of excellent quality food, two means that the menu is suitable for a detour and three means that the starting point deserves a special visit.
Only 121 restaurants in the world have three Michelin stars.
& # 39; That is part of the criteria – the food is worth a detour, worth a trip to enjoy & said, "Mr. Edelman v Daily Mail Australia.
He said he believed his store controlled the consistency of Kentucky Fried Chicken flavors and cooking techniques.
& # 39; We have a unique position where we get customers who go a long way to make the journey to this outback KFC for our exceptional cooking experience, & # 39; he said.
Michelin inspectors who come to the store anonymously several times appreciate the consistency in high-quality dishes.
Edelmen was inspired to fight for honor after watching a Netflix show called Street Foods, which explores how different cultures make tasty dishes.
The determined chef believes that KFC & # 39; is blood-surprising & # 39; and has the tastiest chicken in the world.
The determined chef believes that KFC & # 39; is blood-surprising & # 39; and has the tastiest chicken in the world
He believes his store masters the Kentucky fried chicken flavors and cooking techniques with consistency (pictured: a poster in his store)
KFC director Nikki Lawson told Daily Mail Australia that the company thought Mr. Edelman deserved a Michelin star.
& # 39; We recently discovered that one of our franchisee partners, Sam Edelman, believes that Kentucky Fried Chicken should be awarded a Michelin star, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; He clearly has the same passion for the quality of our Kentucky Fried Chicken, and to be honest, we could no longer agree with him.
# Our roast chicken is fresh, breaded by hand and good for the fingers, so why should it not receive a star? We wish him all the best! & # 39;
KFC director Nikki Lawson told Daily Mail Australia that the company agrees that Mr. Edelman should receive a Michelin star
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