It?s all about the chicken at this Peruvian restaurant with something of an identity crisis. No matter ? the food, based around its delicious rotisserie chicken, known as ?pollo de brasa,? certainly overcomes that issue. In fact, its not really a problem: the restaurant also offers Chinese, Spanish, and Caribbean cuisine. This might seem like an odd combination, but it works. A wide variety of dishes are available to go with the chicken; I would recommend the fried ripe or green plantains, which compliment the meat in a sweet or savory manner, respectively. They also offer Peruvian, Dominican and other regional beers, an ideal addition to cool you down with any such meal serving hot Latin fare. In addition, the portions are enormous, easily feeding two hungry diners, or yourself for two days. Nearly everything on the menu, especially the specials, like the chicken served in a pot with Peruvian green rice, are very affordable. Best of all, here you can impress your friends ? or a date ? with your trilingual abilities by speaking to the staff in Chinese, Spanish, and English. Buen Provecho/Enjoy!