Servo fried chicken crosses the road

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Nicolette BarbasHarvey-Waroona Reporter
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Following the closure of Caltex Harvey which was home to the Rosie’s Chicken franchise, fuel station competitor BP Harvey recently welcomed the addition of Country Fried Chicken.

Free coffee was being served last Tuesday to help launch the service station’s new range of poultry products while opposition Caltex Harvey was busy closing its doors.

BP Harvey owners Raj and Singh Kuldeep said the addition of Country Fried Chicken had been in the pipeline for some time.

“When we saw Chicken Treat Harvey close its doors we thought about introducing a convenient and well-priced option to our store,” Mr Kuldeep said.

“We have been serving Indian-inspired food here for a while now but it never really took off, so we came across Country Fried Chicken we thought it would be a good alternative for customers.”

With a a variety of chicken products and freshly cooked chicken burgers, the BP Harvey owners said this has been a great addition to their business.

“We have had a very positive response from customers,” Mr Kuldeep said.

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