So after a long drive, we arrived to a packed parking lot and a pretty full dining room. We were seated promptly and were given time to make our decisions.
Famoso Pollo Versailles it was.
I really do not know what is so famous about this chicken, it was moist, tender, crispy skin but it just tasted like citrus, lime lime and more lime. I thought after a first bite, no way could the whole chicken be this tart and one dimensional. Another bite and another and still the same result. What I did enjoy were the plantains and the rice and beans that accompanied the chicken. Very nicely done and I am a sucker for properly prepared plantains. Dump the beans on top of the rice and mix it all together and you are Cubano heaven.
As for the chicken, I don't think I will be ordering that thing any time soon. I can't believe they sell the marinade in a bottle.
Repeat visit: maybe, to try the Lechon or the Cubano Sandwich.