KFC created a mini restaurant for one day in Portland that served tiny versions of its $5 Fill Up Box

For many, the tiny food craze is just a fun aesthetic, but as always, KFC took it to the next level of insanity. On Saturday, December 16, KFC opened a mini restaurant in Portland, Oregon that served miniature $5 Fill Up Boxes, complete with a tiny tray and utensils, for free. The food in the box was edible and made in a tiny kitchen by YouTube tiny food channel Bistro Miniature.

“We’re always considering new ways to use innovation and technology to do out-of-the-box things that have become ‘on brand’ for us,” George Felix, KFC’s U.S. director of advertising, told The Daily Meal. “The mini foods video is a sharable way to show how our famous Original Recipe fried chicken is prepared the hard (and mini) way. To bring it to life and make it authentic, we decided to open the world’s smallest KFC, offering up a unique experience for fans.”

Watch the making of the tiny meal below:

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For many, the tiny food craze is just a fun aesthetic, but as always, KFC took it to the next level of insanity. On Saturday, December 16, KFC opened a mini restaurant in Portland, Oregon that served miniature $5 Fill Up Boxes, complete with a tiny tray and utensils, for free. The food in the box was edible and made in a tiny kitchen by YouTube tiny food channel Bistro Miniature.

“We’re always considering new ways to use innovation and technology to do out-of-the-box things that have become ‘on brand’ for us,” George Felix, KFC’s U.S. director of advertising, told The Daily Meal. “The mini foods video is a sharable way to show how our famous Original Recipe fried chicken is prepared the hard (and mini) way. To bring it to life and make it authentic, we decided to open the world’s smallest KFC, offering up a unique experience for fans.”