Prepare to get hooked: It's just best not to fight it. Inka Chicken specializes in Peruvian-style slow rotisserie-cooked chicken--aka Pollo a la Brasa. Maybe you've heard of its charcoal- and wood-roasted magnificence; maybe you've even been lucky enough to taste the dish before. In Inka Chicken, Austin has its own fabulous purveyor of this wickedly good preparation.
Sides include veggies, rice and beans, fried plantains, and yucca fries, which are superb for dipping. Sometimes, though, you just need the standalone Pollo a la Brasa and its delectable sauce. Succumb to its habit-forming pleasures. (Don't say we didn't warn you.)
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