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To understand how KC and Son & Sons is revolutionary, you need to have a sense of humour, a sense of taste, and a sense of language.

The sense of humour will help you get the most out of all the funny, jokey, rib-tickling aspects of this iconoclastic food business.
The sense of taste will tell you that eating KC's food is no simple matter. Instead, it's a soulful matter, for the team here care deeply about what they cook and how they cook it.
And your sense of language will tell you that applying the term “fast food” to what Wes Crawford and his family do is way, way wide of the mark.

KC's, instead, is a “fast-casual” restaurant. It's like Danny Meyer's Shake Shack: great cooking in an informal set-up, with long queues of hungry people every day testifying to the goodness of what they do. Sincerely sourced and superbly cooked ingredients that create delicious meals, done without pretension.

Ireland needs more fast-casual restaurants like KC's, places where you get real food, and great service and value. The country would be well-served by a KC's fast-casual restaurant in every town. Instead, every town has fast-food restaurants, but we don't go there.
Instead we go to KC's, and have Bresnan's steak sandwich, a KC's special burger on Hassett's bap; a meat patty, a side or two of chips, a bottle of water.

So, remember: KC & Son & Sons is not fast food. KC's is fast-casual, and fast-smart, and fast-good. And fast-Cork, of course.

McKenna’s Guide 2015

The Bombshell:

The guest pitta that is so popular we daren't remove it.
One of our famous Chicken Bombays in a pita with mayo, chutney, lettuce and chips.
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The Flying Fish
A hot pitta filled with strips of battered fish (daily catch) with a sweet chilli-lime dressing, mayo, a few chips, coriander and lettuce.
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We are proud winners of the McKenna Award
11 years running now.
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The Soprano

Herby pork and beef meatballs, mozzarella, basil, sun-dried tomatoes, mayo, chips and lettuce all coerced into a hot pitta.
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Home of the one and only
King Creole.
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The Philly Steak:

Inspired by the famous Cheese Steak of Philadelphia. Our take on it is a Pitta filled with sliced fillet steak, melted cheddar, fried onions and mushrooms, chips and iceberg lettuce.
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Created in Cork by Graphique Magnifique
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