Paella de Troy, Nueva York?

“Four words for you — best fried chicken ever. I ordered the chicharron pollo which came with a salad and tostones. The flavorful coating was light and crispy and the chunks of dark meat chicken were perfectly cooked. The best part were the pieces of fried skin that were mixed in. Salad and tostones were good, if standard. The rest of the menu looked great too.”

Catching up: Old San Juan Cuisine in South Troy – Table Hopping – Steve Barnes – Restaurants and Dining Blog – – Albany NY.

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