Oakland, CA (PRWEB) March 21, 2014
Looking for a better lunch? Gazzali’s Supermarket recently reopened Gazzali’s Food Court and Krispy Krunchy Chicken Kitchens. The reopened food court will offer a wide variety of options like fresh, made-to-order pizza by the pie or the slice, calzones, delicious burritos, tacos, steak/chicken hoagies and KKC’s famous Cajun-style fried chicken with a honey butter biscuit.
Both KKC and Gazzali’s Food Court will be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday. KKC also caters and opens for any large preorders on Sundays.
KKC specializes in Cajun-style chicken and signature Cajun dishes like jambalaya, boudin bites and catfish. KKC’s chicken is pre-marinated and fried in zero-trans-fat oil, always served fresh.
Stop into Gazzali’s at 7000 Bancroft Ave. in Oakland to try these delicious lunch options which were once a favorite of locals and have now returned to the Eastmont Town Center.
Gazzali’s Supermarket has five separate departments offering the finest fresh produce, meat, deli, bakery and spirits around. They also sell hard-to-find Cajun and Southern food products as well as authentic Latino foods. All Gazzali foods are fresh and are sure to satisfy the entire family. The supermarket is open seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sundays.
Check out Gazzalis’ website at http://www.gazzalis.com for more information about their departments and foods, as well as the KKC menu. Call ahead for orders at 510-569-8159. Lunch is now served up hot and fresh at Gazzali’s.
About the company:
Gazzali’s Supermarket is conveniently located at 7000 Bancroft Ave in the Eastmont Town center in Oakland. Gazzali’s was established in 2004 at this location. Their mission is to provide the freshest meats, fruits, vegetables, and a wide range of groceries at the lowest prices while providing the friendliest customer service possible. They strive to provide many specialty Cajun food products that are hard to find as well as authentic Latino goods to satisfy their multi-cultured patrons.