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Sunday, 07 October 2012



Neat, I need to try this place out. I've had a Peruvian roast chicken sandwich at Nazca Grill but it tasted pretty standard fair. Getting rid of all the skin didn't help. That's where all the flavor is.(!) Was a while back too, about three years ago.


Hi Dennis - I don't think you should go out of your way to try this place. But if you're in the neighborhood, why not? Nazca was a pretty decent, but simple rotisserie chicken....which is what this is. Now if you're in LA and want to check out pollo ala brasa...well that's different.


too bad about the chicken.


Hi Kat - Well, it isn't too bad......but nothing really special.


Looks good but sounds disappointing.


I love chicken! How does this compare to El Pollo Loco?


Hi Billy - It wasn't bad.....

Hi Soo - EPL is kind of a guilty pleasure for me...other than the lousy tortillas. This is perhaps a bit better.....not worth a long drive, but not bad if you're in the area.


That's funny! I only eat the chicken at El Pollo Loco.


Hi Soo - Yeah, I stick with the chicken, but those meals always come with those really bad tortillas.....

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