The logo and signage for KFC eleven, located in Louisville, Ky.’s Highlands neighborhood, substitutes a rooster silhouette for the iconic portrait of KFC founder Col. Sanders.
Like most fast-casual restaurants, customers walk down a line to watch their food being made and see the ingredients used in sandwiches, flatbreads and rice bowls.
KFC eleven’s interior design has a more fast-casual feel, with dark wood and stainless steel, as well as large windows.
KFC eleven’s BBQ Bacon Ranch sandwich features a boneless piece of chicken with bacon, Monterey Jack cheese, lettuce, tomato, red onion, crispy onion straws, and creamy ranch and hickory barbecue sauces. (Photo courtesy of KFC)
The menu also features rice bowls like the Caribbean Tango, which combines pieces of boneless chicken with pineapple salsa, Cheddar cheese, black beans, tortilla strips, cilantro, pickled jalapenos, and chipotle and island barbecue sauces. (Photo courtesy of KFC)
Guests can customize the flavor profiles of their meals with KFC eleven’s sauce lineup.
Local Highlands artists created some of the unit's design elements, including the lattice wall that separates areas of the dining room.
A local sculptor made several pieces that KFC eleven incorporated into its wall décor.
KFC taps into the growing fast-casual segment with KFC eleven, a prototype restaurant located in Louisville, Ky.
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