Pollo Tropical menu prices are here – the American restaurant chain that specializes in Caribbean-inspired cuisine. Their slogan is “Curing taste bud boredom since 1988,” and the food will not disappoint, especially if you’re looking for something a little different.
The restaurants themselves celebrate the Caribbean lifestyle as well, with a laid-back atmosphere and colors that invoke the sea. They are open for lunch and dinner, seven days a week.
Below, you’ll find a menu guide that lays out pricing and offers a few suggestions on what to eat if you’ve never been to Pollo Tropical before or if you’re stuck in a rut and want a change.
|Lite Chicken Caesar & Caribbean Chicken Soup||$5.79|
|Lite Citrus Chicken Salad||$6.69|
|Lite Grilled Chicken Breast||$5.19|
|Lite Citrus Salad & 1/4 Chicken||$5.19|
|Mojo Roast Pork||Quarter||$5.79|
|Grilled Tropical Wings||8 pc||$7.19|
Sandwiches And Wraps
|Chicken Quesadilla Wrap||$3.19|
|Chipotley Chicken Sandwich||$3.69|
|Guava BBQ Pork Sandwich||$3.69|
|Create Your Own Family Meal||$12.99|
Salads & Soups
|Chicken Quesadilla Salad||$6.69|
|Chicken Caesar Salad||$6.69|
|Caribbean Chicken Soup||$6.69|
|Kids Meal Grilled Drumstick & Thigh||$4.99|
|Kids Meal Grilled Chicken Breast Strips||$4.99|
|Kids Meal Mashed Potato Bowl||$4.99|
|Kids Meal Rice Bowl with Chicken||$4.99|
|Kids Meal Mac & Cheese Bowl||$4.99|
|Yellow Rice With Vegetables||Regular||$1.99|
|Boiled Yuca With Garlic Sauce||Regular||$2.49|
|Mashed Potatoes With Gravy||Regular||$2.49|
|Macaroni And Cheese||Regular||$2.49|
|Caribbean Corn Souffle||Regular||$2.49|
|Spicy Poyo Poyo||$1.59|
|Pollo Tropical Hot Sauce||$1.59|
|Spicy Island BBQ||$1.59|
These Items May Vary From Day To Day.
|Boneless Chicken Breast||Regular||$2.99|
|Chicken Caesar Wrap||$3.19|
|Classic Chicken Sandwich||$3.69|
Popular Menu Items
Pollo Tropical is most well-known for its grilled and marinated chicken, which celebrates Caribbean flavors. Tradition Caribbean cuisine features rice, beans chickpeas, chicken, and spices and herbs like cilantro, garlic, marjoram, and scotch bonnet peppers for a kick.
The first thing that stands out on the Pollo Tropical menu are the platters. Each platter is served with chicken, pork, or ribs and comes with your choice of sides. These are a great way to try out Pollo Tropical’s recipes and experience the flavors of the Caribbean.
They also serve family meals, which can feed up to four people. Each meal comes with a whole chicken and then your choice of sides. You can always add more proteins, such as pork or ribs, and you can even order some of their sauces to spice things up.
Pollo Tropical offers a ton of sides that can complement any meal and they also have wraps and sandwiches available.
Here are some suggestions for ordering:
This is an option that serves everything in one big bowl. It’s a great way to eat all of the Caribbean goodness. You get to choose from marinated chicken, Mojo (a traditional spicy marinade) pork, or veggies. Then, you pick rice or lettuce as a base and top it all off with your choice of salsa, curry mustard, guava BBQ, Pollo Tropical Hot Sauce, regular BBQ, or spicy poyo poyo sauce for a complete meal.
Guava BBQ Ribs
Ribs are great anytime, and Pollo Tropical celebrates this calssic dish with a guava BBQ marinade slathered on a half rack of fall-off-the-bone ribs. You can choose two of their many sides, including black beans and rice, macaroni and cheese, or mashed potatoes.
If you want to try a different type of side, fried yuca might interest you. Yuca resembles a potato in texture, but Pollo Tropical gives it a “tropical kick.” It’s a great alternative to fries and tastes great when it’s dipped in garlic sauce.
Chicken Quesadilla Salad
If you’re just in the mood for a salad, the Chicken Quesadilla allows you taste the full flavor of Pollo Tropical’s famous chicken while satisfying your veggie cravings as well. It’s topped with black beans, shredded cheese, and tortilla chips and it’s served with two cheese-filled tortillas.
Pollo Tropical’s History
Brothers Larry and Stuart Harris opened the first Pollo Tropical in Miami, Florida, in 1988. The restaurant has since been remodeled but still stands in its original location.
Today the restaurant has expanded, especially in the southeast. The Pollo Tropical mission to its customers is to “prove that life is better under the palm,” by serving hormone-free food in a fun, relaxing atmosphere.