A KFC restaurant that is remodeled on Wednesday, July 17, 2013, in Louisville, Ky. The KFC restaurant is a new test restaurant, called “KFC eleven” and the sign will include no pictures of Colonel Sanders. It will serve flatbread sandwiches, rice bowls and boneless chicken. (AP Photos/Dylan Lovan) NEW YORK (AP) — KFC is tossing out the chicken bones and the quaint image of founder Col. Harland Sanders as it gets ready to test a slightly more upmarket restaurant. The fried chicken chain says it’s opening a location called “KFC eleven” early next month near its headquarters in Louisville, Ky., that will serve flatbreads with toppings, rice bowls, salads and only boneless pieces of its Original Recipe chicken.