Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Pollo Campero Opens Restaurant in Chelsea, Massachusetts

The Guatemalan restaurant chain Pollo Campero has recently opened a new branch in the city of Chelsea, in the state of Massachusetts.

As in all the restaurants that opened in United States, the taste of the brand has caused sensation among the guests who make long lines at the entrance to the restaurant to taste the taste of the traditional fried chicken.

The success of the restaurant, according to the newspaper quoted Boston Globe, is because it is a great opportunity for Central American migrants to plunge into the tastes, sounds and smells of home far away.

The chain has five restaurants in the state running, and opened others in New York and Miami, among others. Its operations extend to Spain, China, Central America and South America.

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