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Tastee Fried Chicken

De-Tastee Fried Chicken Limited
Industry Restaurants
Founded 1996 in Surulere, Lagos
Headquarters Lagos, Nigeria
Key people
Olayinka Adedayo
Products Fast food, including Nigerian delicacies
Slogan We do chicken right

Tastee Fried Chicken (also known as TFC or De Tastee Fried Chicken Nigeria LTD) is a fast food fried chicken restaurant based in Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria. It has eight locations.[1]


  • History 1
  • Menu 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Tastee Fried Chicken was founded by Olayinka Pamela Adedayo. It began as an extension of Tastee Pot, an outdoor catering company serving Nigerian and continental food at special events. The catering company still exists as Tastee Fried Chicken's catering operation.[1]

In 1997 Mrs. Adedayo incorporated Tastee Fried Chicken and opened her first location in Surulere, Lagos State. She based her restaurant on the business model of the American fast food chicken restaurant Kentucky Fried Chicken, where she had previously worked as a manager. Since opening its first location, it has grown to 14 restaurants.[1]

In 2006, Tastee Fried Chicken launched a partnership with Oando, a petroleum company, that has begun locating Tastee Fried Chicken restaurants inside Oando's service stations.[2] As part of the partnership, TFC will open a restaurant in every Oando filling station.[3]


Tastee Fried Chicken specializes in fried chicken, but also serves local fare such as pottage hash, jollof rice and scotch eggs as well as traditional fast food fare such as Yamarita,Pam's rice and burritos .[4]

A notable hallmark of Tastee Fried Foods is that the quality of its offerings has not flagged since TFC commenced operations several years ago; with an exception: its charcolite chicken brand has had its chili content toned down to a more broadly acceptable 'hotness'.

See also


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External links

  • Tastee Fried Chicken website

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