Inca Chicken

284 E. Rodriguez Sr. Ave., Damayan Lagi, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Inca Chicken
4.0 Stars

3 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 1
  • 4 stars 1
  • 3 stars 1
  • 2 stars 0
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  • 3 Reviews
  • 1 Recommend
  • 3 Reviewers

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Take Out:
Lunch, Dinner

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Xyberdoc M.
3.0 Stars

Place is small hidden from site due to electric poles, small fits only 9 pax.

Ordered 1/4 inca chicken just to see the specialty and a purple carrot juice.

The chicken was too dry, cooked too long in the oven. It tasted ok only, if it was wood fire, that would have been excellent. Be as it may, the sauces weren't that great either.

Sad to say if they dont improve, the place wont last long esp with the hard to see location

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Antón S.
4.0 Stars

After seeing it one day as I passed in front of St Luke's Quezon City, I decided to give this new Peruvian place a try. The Pollo Saltado (P190), were strips of chicken breast with chopped tomato, onion, and chips. The meal came with sides of rice and fried banana, and I paid P40 more for extra that famous, green, Latinomericano sauce, chimichurri. The chicken was soft and the flavours reminiscent of Mexican fajitas, although I found the juices it swam in a bit too much. The chimichurri and banana meanwhile provided a nicely balanced, not-too-salty and not-too-sweet, companion to the meal (not unlike banana/plantain in arróz a la cubana). I personally found it a very filling reminder that South American cuisine is both exotic and strangely familiar for us Filipinos.

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Len V.
5.0 Stars

Cozy place to have your latin chicken (or should I say Peruvian chicken) craving satisfied. Their chicken was moist and flavorful and their creamy chimichurri blends well with everything on the menu. They not only serve chicken but seafood (Jalea) & beef (Lomo Saltado) as well. The Jalea is seafood haven in one plate. The squid and shrimp weren't tough and chewy and the fried seafood combination blends well with the accompanying onion salsa. The Lomo and Pollo Saltado were like deconstructed kebabs with a latin twist. Price? Very reasonable. 128077

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