This is not a place where you're going to bump into a lot of (or any) tourists. It's a local favorite and for a good reason. The staff are very friendly and helpful and the food...oh dear, the food...sorry, I just lapsed into a pleasure coma for a second.
I've twice had the Pollo de la Plancha and it was rustic and stunning, served on a sizzling hot flat iron with a small block of cheese and french fries.
My son has had the fried chicken. This fried chicken was REAL fried chicken. It looked like it had been fried in a well-seasoned, 50-year-old kettle with the same grease used to fry the previous day’s worth of fried chicken. It was not fast food KFC by a long shot.
Uh oh, here comes that pleasure coma again...
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