Guatemala-based Pollo Campero, despite operating more than 50 chicken restaurants in the U.S. and 300 worldwide, is not exactly a household name here. A recently unveiled prototype aims to change that. At the first of three Houston-area stores that will sport the new look, grilled and fried chicken remain the focus of the menu, which is rounded out by Latin drinks like horchatas and sides such as sweet plantains and yucca. The new menu also offers a bigger choice of empanadas, tacos, ...

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