The Ramadan iftar meals at Chicking.
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DUBAI – Break your fast without breaking the bank with the Ramadan iftar meals at Chicking for only Dh12.
Launched on Wednesday (April 14), the Chicking offer gives foodies four iftar meal deals to choose from. The iftar meals are available daily throughout Ramadan from 4pm to 7:30pm.
For chicken lovers, we recommend the Chicking iftar meal that includes one piece of fried chicken, a Royal Wrap burger, two pieces of chicken strips and dates that they can wash down with a bottle of water and a Laban drink.
Fans of grilled chicken will also love the Chicking iftar meal that includes two pieces of grilled chicken marinated in special sauce, a Grill Supreme sandwich, dates and a bottle of water and a Laban drink.
If you are craving for rice, you can break your fast with two pieces of Chicking’s bestselling fried chicken, with a side dish of rice, dates, plus a Laban drink and a bottle of water.
For chicken burger lovers, Chicking’s meal that includes a piece of fried chicken and a big, fat Royal Crunchy burger, with dates, Laban and a bottle of water will surely not disappoint.
The iftar meals cost only Dh12 and are available at any Chicking outlet in the UAE. Home delivery, with a minimum order of Dh25, is also available through the hotline 600595958. PR/Expat Media
Ramadan Special Iftar Meals!
4 Meals to choose from!
For Just AED 12
Available from 4:00pm – 7:30pm Only.
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