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Coco Roco

This Peruvian hot spot takes particular pride in its succulent rotisserie chicken. At $6.50 for half and $12 for the whole thing, it is a deal not to be overlooked. However, the chicken, which also gives the restaurant its name, is certainly not the only option. The seafood is exquisite, from the halibut or clams, to the fried red snapper or blue potato-crusted salmon. Vegetarians are taken care of as well, with non-meat options such as quinoa with mixed vegetables, and peruvian fried rice with sweet plantains. Coco Roco also offers a great wine selection and is definitely kid-friendly. Several traditional Peruvian dessert options such as the empanada de chocolate con miel de chancaca — chocolate filled pastries topped with chancaca syrup and ice cream —or the coconut flan with dulce de leche are always a good way to end a meal. Open Sunday-Thursday, 12:00 am-10:30 pm; Friday-Saturday,12:00 am-11:30 pm.

Where: 392 Fifth Ave. at Sixth Street
Tel: (718) 965–3376
How much: Entrees: $8-$20
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Updated Jan. 31, 2012
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