“Pollo a la Brasa”. Savory free-range 1/4 chicken (breast and wing) slowly roasted over open flame. Served with two sides and “Aji” sauces. $8.50
Limon Rotisserie, San Francisco
For my sides, I chose the yuca fries and tacu-tacu (Peruvian rice) and both were delicious. The roasted chicken was absolutely delicious and oh so tender and juicy! Omg, and I can’t believe it only cost $8.50 for the chicken and 2 sides. What a steal! That’s what I call dining deliciously on a budget! The restaurant is kind of randomly located in the Mission, but I’m definitely coming back for the yummy food and great service.
Aji sauces. I’m not sure what all the sauces were, but they were SO good! Normally aji sauce is bright green and is put through a blender, but none of these fit that description. No worries, I used them for the chicken and the yuca fries. Noms!
7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2010, 2011, 2014