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KFC Port Lincoln | SA | KFC Near Me

KFC Port Lincoln offers Drive-Thru, WiFi, Mobile Ordering. Get directions, opening times or call now on 08 8682 4020

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Michaelia Rooney
well cooked chicken and friendly staff
Glenys Dawes
Chicken was cooked lovely and the staff where very friendly and courteous.
Md Saroar Jahan
Nice girls on the counter. We ordered online. But for some reason we selected City Cross, Adelaide store in that order which is 650 KM from Port Lincoln! However, they fixed it very quickly. I am very happy.
Martin leBothel
7pm Monday and these plonkers dont have any Chicken!
Tenarian Tristan
It's KFC. You know what you're getting; fried chicken and heart disease.

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