Grilled Chicken Deals in Washington DC
Rotisserie chicken isn't just delicious; it's are also a starter kit for building a tiny skeleton. Go from succulent to spooky with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $20 for $40 worth of Peruvian cuisine $40 for $80 worth of Peruvian cuisine for four or more The menu features fish ceviche with spices and herbs ($11.99–$13.99), grilled steak with fried plantains and egg ($13.99), and a half charbroiled-chicken platter with two sides ($8.95).
Located in Spring Valley, Chicken Out Rotisserie serves up beautiful, golden-brown, slow-cooked chickens, alongside a full menu of sandwiches, wraps, and salads. $8 (up to a $16 value) for any two sandwiches, wraps, or salads Try the Sedona sandwich with grilled chicken, bacon, alpine swiss cheese, cheedar cheese, havarti cheese, lettuce, tomato and mayo on toasted Ciabatta bread, or the ham wrap with lettuce, tomato, cheddar cheese, Smithfield ham, and fat-free honey mustard. $32 ($65 value) for a mini wrap catering platter (serves 20-22) This party platter features a selection of wraps served on whole wheat tortillas and cut into bite-size pieces. $57 ($115 value) for a sandwich and wrap catering platter (serves 15-20) This platter features a variety of sandwiches (Louisiana barbecue, Sedona, and Hollywood) alongside whole wheat wraps (chicken caesar, Santa Fe, and veggie). $49 ($100 value) for a "Washington's Best" catering platter (serves 10-12) This platter features rotisserie chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, a vegetable medley, and bread.
Korean, East Asian and Western, oh my! Ultimate Chicken Bistro is the Final Frontier of meaty, chicken goodness. Snag a Bento box of grilled teriyaki chicken, bulgogi, spicy pork or galbi for a delicious lunch on the go. Looking for something more barbecue? Order galbi and sides of beer battered onion rings, mac & cheese or cole slaw to satisfy those food cravings. This Falls Church institution knows how to do fried chicken. In three steps you can create your ideal dish. Step 1: Choose which style of meat and how much you want. From half (8 pieces) to whole (10 pieces) or 10 or 20 wings, one's thing is sure: there are no hungry customers on their way out. Next up: Pick your sauce. Soy garlic, supreme, sweet and mild, plain fried, supreme or firecracker. Can't decide? Go for the half-and-half option when you pick up a whole size/20 wings. And last: choose a side. With eight options, good luck selecting just one. Don't let your chicken hankering go unfilled. Ultimate Chicken Bistro for the win!