Pollos y Jarras, REVISITED
It’s been three months since we experienced Pollos y Jarras’ soft opening. The restaurant has a great casual environment and good service, but there were definite flaws in the food. We decided to stop in for lunch and see if they’ve worked out the kinks.
We ordered a round of Pisco Sours and the Anticuchos de Pollo to start; let me say, these were a major step up from the Anticuchos de Res. The chicken hearts were tender and flavorful unlike their beef counterparts. For the main course we ordered the Parrillada Castigame Negra, a combination of grilled chicken, skirt steak, and filet mignon. The assorted grilled meats were tender and juicy displaying a much better flavor profile, an overall improvement from the soft opening.