With its crispy, golden skin and complex flavors, pollo a la brasa (Peruvian rotisserie chicken) and its accompanying spicy cilantro sauce has been an obsession in the United States and other countries for years. Now, Latin food specialist Carmina wants to take the dish mainstream in Bangkok. There are a few things that make it stand out from your typical rotisserie chicken: the wood charcoal oven gives it an extra level of crispiness while keeping the meat juicy on the inside; the spice palette is bolder and more robust than what you might find in American or Thai roasted chicken; and the accompaniments like aji verde (green chili sauce) and tangy salsa criolla elevates it with an unmistakable Latin flavor. Head over to Carmina to check it out.

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