Peruvian Rotisserie, Chicken Rico, opening Soon at 77 H Street, NW next to Walmart

77 H Street, NW

Chicken Rico’s website says:

“Chicken Rico is proud to offer our customers the best Peruvian style rotisserie chicken outside Peru. Marinated with a 40 year old family recipe, our chicken is cooked over fiery charcoal in our large rotisserie ovens. Our stores also offer traditional Peruvian dishes, along with sandwiches and salads. We promise to work tirelessly to deliver you the best quality food in the area.

A family business in every sense, Chicken Rico opened its doors in 1970 in Lima, Peru with Dora Giordano at the helm. Dora quickly won over customers with her signature mouth-watering chicken and welcoming environment.

In 1995, ownership was handed down to Dora’s daughter, Mirian Giordano. Mirian, along with her husband, Fernando Sanchez, sought to bring Peruvian cuisine to the United States. Just a few years later, the couple opened their first restaurant in Falls Church, VA, under the name Super Chicken. To this day, nearly 20 years later, they are continuing Dora’s tradition of providing customers with an unforgettable experience and the tastiest chicken around.

We hope you stop by one of our stores to experience what Peruvian style rotisserie chicken is all about.”

You can see the menu from their Baltimore spot here.



2 Comment

  • justinbc

    Nice, hopefully this fills the void that I was hoping Ocopa would before they decided to make it fancy.

  • I passed by the Chicken Rico restaurant in Baltimore this week, and it was by far the best chicken I have had in a while! Succulent, rotisserie chicken in an attractive atmosphere that belies that speed at which I received the food…would recommend 10/10. Special shout out for the Lomo Saltado, a personal favourite of mine.

    When are they coming to the district?

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