#3 – Pollo a la Brasa
Pollo a la Brasa, also known as Peruvian rotisserie chicken is so beloved in Peru that it even has its own National Holiday. It has been declared a “National Culinary Speciality” and is celebrated on the third Sunday of July.
This popular dish originated in Lima. The chicken is made with unique Peruvian herbs and cooked in a special roasting system. For budget conscious travelers, you can’t get better quality fast food than this. Try out various pollerias (poultry shop/restaurant), as each place tweaks their recipe slightly. Eat with your hands like a local and dip the chicken into the different traditional sauces. Discover for yourself why Pollo a la Brasa is not just “chicken” in Peru.