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This “House of Chicken” is one of the premiere Peruvian rotisseries that Queens is famous for, utilitarian places specializing in bargain-priced plates of food so large, you’ll need a friend to finish them. At the heart of the menu is a spice-rubbed roast chicken (some say the spice combination was inspired by Chinese immigrants to the mountain nation) accompanied by a green chile sauce, but roast spare ribs and pork are other estimable specialties. These are available in combinations, all less than $10, along with yellow rice, boiled potatoes, red beans, and salad. Other Peruvian standards such as lomo saltado, fried fish, and South American-style chop suey are also worth checking out.
Queens--especially Jackson Heights, Elmhurst, and Corona--boasts a mind-bogglingly large collection of chicken rotisseries, which you can identify by the birds flipping and kicking in the window like Rockettes, gradually turning browner. At those places, you can get a cheap meal outfitted with rice, beans, fried yuca, sweet plantains, and other starchy accoutrements, depending on whether the place is Peruvian, Colombian, or Ecuadorean. La Casa del Pollo is Peruvian, with the... More »
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