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Golden Chicken's tallarin verde con pechuga de pollo, (Credit: Doug Young)

Golden Chicken's tallarin verde con pechuga de pollo, spaghetti with Peruvian pesto plated alongside a thin and surprisingly moist, well-marinated grilled boneless chicken breast. (Jan. 15, 2013)

Golden Chicken

Housed a cozy little Bay Shore storefront, Golden Chicken is home to Angel Huaylinos, who cooks the food of his native Peru.

Golden Chicken on Main Street in Bay Shore.
(Credit: Doug Young)

Golden Chicken on Main Street in Bay Shore. (Jan. 15, 2013)

At Golden Chidken, you can get the namesake
(Credit: Doug Young)

At Golden Chidken, you can get the namesake rotisserie chicken, burnished gold and spice-infused throughout. But poultry is only the beginning of what you'll find here. (Jan. 15, 2013)

Cozy Golden Chicken seats 24. (Jan. 15, 2013)
(Credit: Doug Young)

Cozy Golden Chicken seats 24. (Jan. 15, 2013)

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At Golden Chicken, chef Angel Huaylinos cooks the
(Credit: Doug Young)

At Golden Chicken, chef Angel Huaylinos cooks the food of his native Peru. (Jan. 15, 2013)

Golden Chicken's leche de tigre, a shrimp and
(Credit: Doug Young)

Golden Chicken's leche de tigre, a shrimp and fish cocktail similar to seviche, delivers a lemon blast that can open your eyes wide. (Jan. 15, 2013)

Golden Chicken's tallarin verde con pechuga de pollo,
(Credit: Doug Young)

Golden Chicken's tallarin verde con pechuga de pollo, spaghetti with Peruvian pesto plated alongside a thin and surprisingly moist, well-marinated grilled boneless chicken breast. (Jan. 15, 2013)

Golden Chicken's salchipapas, a curiously compelling Peruvian specialty
(Credit: Doug Young)

Golden Chicken's salchipapas, a curiously compelling Peruvian specialty of French fries topped with sliced South American hot dogs. (Jan. 15, 2013)

Golden Chicken's chaufa de marscos, seen here on
(Credit: Doug Young)

Golden Chicken's chaufa de marscos, seen here on Jan. 15, 2013, is a dish of mixed seafood and fried rice.

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