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Chicken Festival Rotisserie
Posted by Food Guy on 04/30/2013
Amazing chicken, amazing sauces, great value!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/03/2013
This is my go to restaurant when I'm sick. Their soup is loaded with veggies and a nice amount of chicken. The people on the other end of the phone are always very nice and helpful. Plus their chicken is pretty good too.
Posted by Rob... on 08/15/2012
Great rotisserie chicken best in town hands down, great prices and deals cant beated anywhere else...
Posted by Michael on 06/16/2012
Everyone tends to rave about this restaurant and I have had very good roasted chicken and rib dishes here. But last night I had an entre that should be avoided: Aji De Gallina ("shredded chicken cooked in our chef's special spicy sauce"). It consisted of a large scoop of white rice (delicious) surrounded by a slurry of shredded chicken in a white-ish, somewhat gooey sauce. It was passible as far as taste, but the texture was not pleasant. Sort of like SOS for those of you familiar with this designation. The biggest problem was that the shredded chicken and sauce was sitting on top of a layer of 1/2 inch slabs of boiled potato. To me this was pure filler. It added nothing to the dish. And for $13. I was more than disappointed. So keep buying those great basic Peruvian dishes. But steer clear of this one!
Posted by Anonymous on 05/11/2012
Unbelievably good... has become one of my favorite places in NYC. Two words: green sauce. Cover your life in it.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/01/2012
Great chicken, salads, french fries and plantains! We order from this place once a week and my kids love it too. Great green spicy sauce too.
Posted by Ruth on 12/23/2011
This little place has good food at a great price. And after a big glass of Sangria you are feeling no pain. An asset to the neighborhood, somewhere to go that's not fancy, not pricey, and cooks delicious Peruvian chicken. I missed Piu Piu in the low 90's, but now we have Festival.