Pollo Amigo: From Burritos to Peruvian Chicken
Posted on November 28, 2017 by editor
Grilled steak, rice and beans, pico de gallo, sour cream, and guacamole. The chef at Pollo Amigo stuffs all of these fixings inside of a flour tortilla, sears both sides, and serves it up as the popular Jason Burrito. This is just one of the many options on Pollo Amigo’s eclectic menu, which includes both Mexican and Peruvian food.
Burritos, tacos, and enchiladas make up the menu of Mexican food, whereas the Peruvian cuisine section focuses mostly on chicken. The chef prepares whole rotisserie chickens the traditional way, searing them slowly over smoldering charcoal. Order a quarter-, half-, or whole chicken wide fried yucca or plantains on the side. You can also try another traditional Peruvian dishes such as lomo saltado (seasoned steak) and shrimp entomatado with rice, beans, and tortillas.