The Peruvian cuisine is one of my favorites in the world and I’m always eating at new restaurants to try to find something better, if possible. The truth is that I stopped visiting other Peruvian restaurants since I first came to Pollo y Carbón.
Anticuchos, ceviche, pachamanca, carapulcra, roast chicken, picarones and chicha morada are only a few examples of their vast 100% Peruvian menu. I recommend sharing appetizers, main dishes and desserts; the portions are huge and the prices ridiculous for such amounts of delicious Peruvian comfort food.
This restaurant is much bigger, brighter and comfortable than their other location, in the outskirts of Madrid. Here they also have a big screen TV to watch your favorite sports while you dine. You can find the other two near Fuencarral and Carpetana metro stations.
The place is generally packed, crowded and noisy, the locals that frequent Pollo y Carbon are generally a happy, fun-loving crowd and that’s one thing that I also love about this place.