Getting a Zinger burger's never been easier, with KFC announcing a trial of home delivery services.
Eight of the chain's outlets will start the service in the next three weeks. Food will come via Foodora delivery service, woth workers on bicycle, motorbike or car.
KFC says they need to make sure the END experience is good, before rolling it out wider.
The fast food giant's Managing Director Nikki Lawson has told smh.com.au they'll be going fairly carefully. "What you don't want to do is have a fabulous delivery experience and end up with a really awful consumer experience for everyone else."
The move's already been a winner for McDonald's and Red Rooster, who are competing with smaller restaurants thanks to the rise of UberEats and Deliveroo.