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peruvian wood-fired birds: comparison?

Richard Gould-Saltman | Oct 21, 2003 07:53 PM

OK, was taking the chow-pup to the Korean Grill buffet on Western at about Romaine (or is it Lemon Grove? East side of street, N. of Melrose, in a mini-mall with a uniform shop...)and I noticed what appeared to be a new, or remodeled wood-fired chicken place, on the order of Pollo al Brasa, (Western & 8th) only with somewhat more ambiance (I don't think even Tito's Tacos afficianados can claim they know a place with LESS ambiance than T.A.B. on Western). Then I remembered that there's the (not bad) place on Vine, north of Melrose, scross from the Musicians Union, which also seems to be called "Pollo Ala Brasa", and which has actual tables and chairs. And then there's Pollo Inka.

So, hounds, which wood-fired peruvian chicken is best?

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