Chicken’s mealtime popularity stems from its succulent flavors, culinary versatility, and fascinating stories from its never-ending trips across the road. Embark on an edible odyssey with today’s Groupon to Chicken Dijon Rotisserie & Grill, valid at five locations in El Segundo, Irvine, Long Beach, Redondo Beach, and Torrance. Choose between the following options:
- For $7, you get $14 worth of rotisserie chicken, sandwiches, and sides.
- For $35, you get $75 worth of catering packages, salad trays, and sandwiches.<p>
Hailed in local press for their health-conscious poultry, Chicken Dijon Rotisserie & Grill’s chefs grill, steam, and simmer Mediterranean-style dishes in quick and casual settings. Savory rotisserie meals combine quarter or half chickens ($7.29–$8.99) with a retinue of two hot and cold sides including hummus, baba gannouj, falafel, or steamed veggies. House falafel and gyro sandwiches ($4.99) renew relationships with taste buds tired of December diets of fruitcake and rock salt, and verdant fattoush salads ($6.99) blanket bellies in greenery including sliced cucumbers, crushed mint, radishes, tomatoes, and lemon-garlic dressing.
Chicken Dijon’s delicate dishes are also available for large-scale catered affairs, supplying seasoned portions as bulk plates or per-person meals. Racks of rotisserie or gyro meat wait patiently packed with a choice of one salad or two sides ($7.50–$11.50), and turnkey packages ($11/person) pair full meals, pita bread, and garlic sauce with soft drinks and a dessert. Swaths of greek salad ($29.40–$44.90) yearn for top billing on paper plates, and platters of sandwiches temper the appetites of parties full of Christmas revelers or Santa Clauses with gingerbread allergies.
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.