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What You'll Get
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. Today's Groupon gets you quick bites of the fastest flightless bird: for $10, you get $20 worth of chicken at Chicken Kitchen in The Crossings. Unlike traditional get-and-go grub, Chicken Kitchen prides itself on serving up grilled, not greasy, fowl.
Chicken Kitchen's savory menu stuffs succulent bird alongside healthy salads and fresh sides. Try the famed deluxe Chop-Chop with yellow rice, diced tomatoes, lettuce, and freshly chopped breast meat ($5.99 for a regular, $6.99 for large). Non-carnivorous eaters can opt for a Southwestern spin with a vegetarian Wrapito, stocked with black beans, sour cream, tomatoes, cheddar cheese, and yellow rice ($5.59). Chicken Kitchen also serves its original grilled chicken breast solo on a single- breast platter with a tomato and lettuce garnish and pita ($6.49) or as part of a two-side meal ($7.59) with yellow rice and black beans, with fresh-faced partners in crime such as balsamic tomatoes, seasonal veggies, baked plantains, and more available.
Fast-food fare has a solid reputation of strange protein bases basting in excessive pools of oily grease. As a pleasant alternative, this Groupon fills you up on the run with healthy, nutritious cuisine from a Chicken Kitchen tasteporium.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 23, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in and carryout only. Valid only for location listed. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Chicken Kitchen
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.