Have you ever dreamt of having unlimited free French fries?
Well, the Internet cafe chain Kaikatsu Club just made this dream of yours come true! Already well known for its affordable prices and facilities, the chain is now making a promotional campaign that gives its customers unlimited bread and crispy fries from 6.00am to 10.30am!
People have been wondering what was the catch behind it and have been reassured: outside of the usual “all you can eat” practices (returning trays and cutlery, no takeout…) there is nothing more to worry about.
The news has sparked positive reactions from the chain’s customers and also interested new potential ones, so we can expect a busy period coming for the staff at several Kaikatsu Club stores!
This is the last of a list of promotions in the internet cafe industry in Japan, where the tough competition pushes different chains to come up with new ideas to do better than the others, ending up in making cheaper options for spending the night out of home!
You can check here the list of stores that offer the option (sadly not every store of the chain does it) so you can make sure to check and give it a go! Tempted to try it out?
Credits and pictures: https://www.kaikatsu.jp/info/detail/free-morning.html
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