Authentic Latin fare. Paella is fresh and loaded with shrimp, chorizo and mussels. It's a must if you go.
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The sangria was pretty good and the staff was friendly. But the food just wasn't very good. We ordered the Empanadas Mixta. I've had empanadas from many different restaurants and cultures and have also made my own. These were my least favorite. If I didn't already know what the filling was, I may not have been able to guess. Actually,... More
When you are in the mood for an unfussy meal that is delicious and served by a gracious wait staff, you need to come here! This place is always busy because it is such a great deal!
We love going hear. I've had parties hear, eat there, and order food to go. The customer service us great and food is always fresh and good. If you have a party there the food doesn't stop and liquor keeps coming. Everyone always raves.
The appearance of the restaurant belies the tastiness of the food. The service is about as good as it gets, with the waiters being extremely attentive but not bothersome. The food was outstanding with great fresh vegetables and good sized portions. There is music on weekends, but we were there on a Monday night which made it much more peaceful.... More
We're new to town and not wanting to have another meal in our hotel room, we spotted Pollo Rico and decided to have lunch. The food was delicious, the service was spot on (practice your high-school Spanish on them, they won't mind!), and the whole place was abuzz with World Cup this and World Cup that. We had a delightful... More
It was a busy evening last night, but the food and service was still excellent, as usual. The atmosphere is friendly and upbeat. The waiters and the owner make you feel at home. I recommend the Arroz Valenciana, which had seafood and chicken over yellow rice. Come wit a hearty appetite!
We have been enjoying Pollo Rico since its opening. The food is very good and the portions are big enough that you will want to take what you cannot finish home. I had the grilled salmon on our last visit and it was prepared to perfection, The drinks are equally delicious..a must try is the homemade Sangria and the Margaritas.... More
The restaurant is nice and quiet around 6 midweek. I personally did not care for the Arroz con Pollo but the Lentil soup and Arroz con leche desert were to die for. The large lentil soup will feed two, maybe three. Not a bad Mojito either.
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