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Rollo Pollo

Rollo Pollo Wood Roasted Chicken and its national headquarters have arrived in Louisville! At Rollo Pollo, they use only USDA Grade A fresh (never frozen!!) chickens and marinate them with a fresh combination of delicious herbs and spices. Each chicken is then slow cooked over a wood fire to seal in the secret flavor of their marinade. This creates a savory, fresh tasting Rollo Pollo Chicken with an unmistakable flavor, the likes of which you have never experienced before!

Location: 4975 Shelbyville Road, Louisville Kentucky 40207 Telephone 502-894-0012

Other Restaurants, Cafes, Delis, Bakeries nearby:
Adelias Bakery and Cafe
Anna Jane's Gourmet Gift and Basket Shop
Asian Pearl
Billy's Place
Blue River Cafe

02/27 Coming to The Louisville area
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