Sun-Thu, noon-10:30pm; Fri-Sat, noon-11:30pm
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- Brunch - Weekend
- Dine at the Bar
- Full Bar
20th St. to Bergen St., Underhill Ave./Prospect Park West to Third Ave.
This Peruvian spot drew crowds long before Fifth Avenue became Park Slope's foodie frontier. As the name indicates, succulent rotisserie chicken is a specialty of the house—and the best deal on the menu, priced from $7 for a half chicken to $14 for a whole. But it's the seafood dishes here that truly shine. Start with one of the ten varieties of seviche on the menu, including halibut or clams. Then go for a whole fish: fried red snapper or blue potato-crusted salmon. The wine list features a smartly chosen and fairly priced selection of South American wines, although most patrons go for the sangria (which has a stronger kick than you'd expect). Best freebie: a bowl of fried plantains and roasted corn kernels, accompanied by spicy orange and green sauces. And Park Slope's breeder set no doubt appreciates kid-friendly touches like crayons and brown-paper tablecloths.Recommended Dishes
Grilled tuna steak, $18; fried red snapper, $17; blue potato-crusted salmon, $17
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