This study aimed to investigate the effect of different feeding frequency on restriction feeding on final weight, abdominal fat and liver fat content of broiler chickens. The material used in this study 200 DOC bird broilers Ross unsex with initial body weight 46.01 ± 4.88 g averages. The bird was feeding by comersial feed with a protein content of 22.69% and metabolizable energy 2935 kcal / kg. The research used completely randomized design (CRD) with 4 treatments and 5 replications were arrange 20 experimental units, each unit consists of 10 chickens. Feed give ad libitum in 1-7 days of ages. After that feed restriction (75% standard) with frequencies of administration at the age of 8-21 days with treatment 4 times at 06.00, 10.00, 14.00 and 18.00, 3 times at 06.00, 14.00 and 18.00, two feedings given at 06.00 and 14.00, then given ad libitum feeding at the age of 22-35 days. The results showed that the effect of different feeding frequency on feed restriction was not significantly different (P> 0.05) of the final weight, abdominal fat and liver fat. The results of the average final weight respectively T0, T1, T2 and T3 at 1825.80; 1812.40; 1770.60; 1777.80 g. The results of abdominal fat average 1.34; 1.46; 1.50; 1.27%. The results of the average liver fat 1.54; 1.80; 1.83; 1.88%. In conclusion, the treatment of feed restriction 75% of the standard and different frequency of 2x, 3x, 4x did not significantly affect the final weight and liver fat content but the influence on levels of abdominal fat.