During the historic foot race between the ostrich, penguin, and chicken, the penguin fell asleep and the ostrich's girlfriend left him for a falcon. Get quick bites of the fastest flightless bird with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of chicken and salads at Chicken Kitchen in The Crossings.
Chicken Kitchen's savory, scratch-made menu stuffs succulent bird alongside heart-healthy salads and fresh sides, dishing up meals in accordance with American Heart Association. Try the deluxe Chop-Chop with yellow rice, diced tomatoes, lettuce, and freshly chopped, marinated breast meat ($5.99 for a regular, $6.99 for large), or nosh an original Pita-Pocket ($6.49), a handheld treat great for carrying loose change and car keys. Noncarnivorous eaters can opt for a southwestern spin with a vegetarian Wrapito, stocked with black beans, sour cream, lettuce, tomatoes, shredded cheese, and yellow rice ($5.59). Chicken Kitchen also serves its original grilled chicken breast and wings solo on a quarter white platter ($4.79) or as part of a two-side meal ($7.59), with fresh-faced partners in crime such as balsamic tomatoes, seasonal veggies, and baked plantains.
Chicken Kitchen's chefs make a point of adhering to American Heart Association guidelines when crafting their array of chicken specialties. They grill—never frying or microwaving—hearty cuts of marinated chicken breast, tender thighs, and veggies, serving up fractions of chickens, alongside a list of signature sauces: barbecue, balsamic vinaigrette, or mustard and curry. Wrapitos swaddle chicken, rice, veggies, and beans in grilled tortillas, while pita pockets follow suit with their eponymous breads. And then there is the Chicken Kitchen specialty, the Chop-Chop: chefs dice grilled chicken breast or simmered thigh meat with veggies or sauces and pile it over yellow or brown rice.