If you haven't noticed, Pollo Campero has been making its move in Manhattan with two outposts, one near Herald Square and another near the Port Authority bus terminal in direct competition with Filipino chicken chain Jollibee.
The Guatemalan-born fast casual restaurants are known for both fried and grilled chicken made from family recipes passed down from generation to generation. Pollo Campero says its chicken is slow-marinated and citrus-infused. You can order it grilled or fried. Sandwiches, bowls and family meals are available along along with side dishes like empanadas, Campero rice, yuca fries and sweet plantains. It's a perfect to feed your brood on a budget.
For more information, visit us.campero.com