On Taza’s toilet walls there are framed sketches of chickens pottering around in their natural habitat.If I’m not mistaken, in some of these drawings the birds are actually smiling 3 Reviews
On Taza’s toilet walls there are framed sketches of chickens pottering around in their natural habitat. If I’m not mistaken, in some of these drawings the birds are actually smiling. Also, in the centre of the restaurant, there’s an image of a chicken spectacularly rendered in glass as though it were a peacock. We’d already dodged DFC (Dubai Fried Chicken) across the road due to its cannibalistic vibe – the colonel in their logo has been replaced by a chicken licking its lips – and now Taza’s prettification of the chicken form wasn’t making our eating mission any more comfortable.
Flattened symmetrically and zinging with a lemon tang, the BBQ chicken set our minds at ease. The chicken kofta came on a bed of addictively peppery rice and the Arabic bread arrived hot and puffy straight from the oven. So in spite of our earlier fears, we ended our meal by dumping a heap of polystyrene, plastic forks and grub-fingered tissues into the bin – telltale signs of a satisfying fast-food experience.
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