Family-owned restaurant, founded in 1989, offers Peruvian cuisine with dishes such as charbroiled chicken, sandwiches, or salads
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Take one bite into the chicken at Crisp & Juicy, and you'll see exactly how the company got its name. Founded by the husband-and-wife team of Jorge and Carmen Perez in 1989, the restaurant specializes in a Peruvian dish called chicken al carbon. The chefs spit-roast whole chickens over fires of fine charcoal, serving portions of bird with delicious sides, such as fried yuca and plantain with garnishes of zesty rocoto pepper hot sauce.