This chicken-any-way-you-like-it restaurant from the team behind Fumo opened during the pandemic, offering Peruvian-style rotisserie chicken, spicy fried chicken sandwiches, and more via pickup and delivery. The idea was clearly a good one, as I found myself ordering from this place again almost as soon as I finished my first bite of rotisserie chicken. And it’s not just the various chicken dishes, but the terrific sides (don’t miss the spicy vodka rice) and dipping sauces (the cilantro green sauce is a winner, but at $1 each you can try all seven with the help of some waffle fries). Now that you can dine in, the sidewalk greenhouse with hanging plants and macrame lamps is especially nice.
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