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What You'll Get
Growling stomachs can frighten children and, at their loudest, prompt their owners to either eat a meal or run from that scary, aurally confused giraffe. Listen in with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of Mediterranean fare at Chicken Dijon Rotisserie & Grill, valid at four locations, in Torrance, El Segundo, Redondo Beach, and Long Beach.
Chicken Dijon serves up carefully crafted cuisine at a faster food pace, enabling stomachs to satiate in a smoothly swift manner. The menu includes freshly prepared starters, salads, and authentic entrees, such as the Chicken Dijon house salad ($8.49)—and the seasoning-slathered half chicken, which is served with a choice of two sides, including rice pilaf and classic slaw ($8.99). Mediterranean magic performs its final act with flaky sheathings of delicate baklava ($1.79) accompanied by a tall glass of tea or soda ($1.69). Skip the grueling trip through the punishing California tundra with delivery services, available for orders that exceed $12. Prices and menu items might vary by location.
As popular as a varsity quarterback coated in concert tickets, Chicken Dijon has been the recipient of multiple awards for its pursuit of poultry perfection. Stop through and hang a few fangs on a meaty mélange, or simply kick back with a light salad as the convivial atmosphere tickles the cerebrum.
A $1.50 delivery fee applies with minimum $12 purchase.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 21, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. $12 minimum required for delivery. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Chicken Dijon Rotisserie & Grill
"If you succeed, it will change your lives." Accountant Afram Nimeh uttered those words to his two sons in 1993 after investing the last of his savings into a failing restaurant. Though he passed away the following year, his sons—Joseph and Steven—carried on his legacy, Chicken Dijon Rotisserie & Grill. Today, they have expanded the family franchise to three locations, where customers gather to sample casual, healthy Mediterranean cuisine without having to build their own private jets. The kitchen staff efficiently assembles gyro and chicken platters flanked by sides such as rice pilaf, mediterranean potato salad, and stuffed grape leaves, as well as sandwiches topped with chicken, sliced gyro meat, or falafel.