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“My family has been serving authentic Peruvian dishes for generations. In 2005, we opened The Pollo Factory in Sterling, VA with one goal in mind: bring Peruvian food so fresh and tasty to the community that you’ll think you were actually in Peru. That’s why our dishes are always made fresh when ordered, never reheated or store bought. We use authentic spices and the highest quality condiments and products imported directly from Peru to give a true Peruvian flavor. Welcome and enjoy, from my family to yours.”

- La Abuelita

Reviews

This is the second time I've eaten at Pollo Factory. Both times I've ordered the chicken; however, I definitely want to order some of their other dishes. I saw one person order the fried fish and it looked delicious. I recommend trying the fried yuca and fried plantains. The frijoles negros (black beans) and rice are also very tasty sides. The place is not fancy but it's clean. My only complaint if you will is the tiny plastic ware besides that I have nothing bad to say.
Z A - YELP

My wife and I are always looking for good Peruvian food. Her family is Peruvian, so she is pretty critical of Peruvian dishes - as am I. Pollo Factory is HANDS DOWN the BEST Peruvian joint we have found in the entire D.C. Metro Area. The El Pollo Rico comparison is out of place, I personally think EPR doesn't even compare. The chicken is awesome. The Yucca is fried to perfection. The Chicharones are hands down the best I've ever had. I think next time I'm going to dig into the anticuchos.
Martin G.

We bought the Groupon and the Food was Excellent! The chicken was seasoned to perfection and juicy. The plantains were extremely flavorful. I advise to get there early for a parking space. This place is hopping with customers.
Laureen and Robert R

I work for a shipping company in Sterling and all of our employees love your chicken. We usually buy from your Sterling Park location and take the carry out. I think we buy more and more each week because the chicken's so tender and tasty. Many of us enjoy the hot green sauce too. I think I go through 3 cups of it between just a quarter chicken and the beans and rice. Good work, guys. We're big fans
Jake Queern