Top 10 Untold Truths of El Pollo Loco!!!

These are the Top 10 Untold Truths of El Pollo Loco! Those who hail from the west coast and who like their food will have undoubtedly heard of the hugely popular Mexican fast-food chain El Pollo Loco. The name of this chain is Spanish and translates as “The Crazy Chicken”. They serve a range of Mexican dishes but are most famed for their grilled chicken. Many people have tried and failed to master their chicken’s secret marinade blend. If you have yet to visit an El Pollo Loco location, then now is the time as we are about to fill your brain with this list of top 10 untold truths about the chain BBQ chicken from El Pollo Loco. Let’s take a look!

El Pollo Loco is the name of two independent restaurant chains that are controlled by different companies, U.S.-based El Pollo Loco, Inc. and Mexico-based El Pollo Loco, S.A. de C.V. Both companies specialize in Mexican-style grilled chicken and were founded by Juan Francisco Ochoa. Ochoa established the first El Pollo Loco restaurant in Guasave, Sinaloa, Mexico in 1974 and then expanded his chain into the United States in 1980. Ochoa then sold his U.S. restaurants in 1983, which became El Pollo Loco, Inc., while keeping the ones in Mexico, which became El Pollo Loco, S.A. de C.V. Both companies have since occupied non-overlapping global territories, and have offered different fare.

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0:36 El Pollo Loco Originates From Mexico
2:14 The El Pollo Loco Franchise Was Once Owned by Denny’s
3:37 El Pollo Loco Has Had Its Fair Share of Legal Battles
4:40 El Pollo Loco Has Experimented Extensively With Their Menu
5:58 El Pollo Loco was Featured in the Guinness Book of World Records
7:15 El Pollo Loco Does a Lot of Charity Work
8:31 El Pollo Loco Only Uses Fresh Ingredients
9:29 There is a Secret Menu of Sorts at El Pollo Loco
10:28 El Pollo Loco Holds an Annual Grill Challenge for their Grill Masters
11:55 El Pollo Loco Has a Tendency to Be A Little ‘Out There’

– The chain was founded in Sinaloa, Mexico way back in 1974 by Juan Francisco Ochoa, also known as Don Pancho.
– By 1983, all 19 of the El Pollo Loco locations in California were sold to Denny’s.
– In 2004, the Mexican side of the brand tried to sue the American side after they failed to deliver on their part of the bargain in terms of the joint expansion agreement made years previously.
– Out of all of the experiments that were carried out, only the salsa bar proved popular and was soon rolled out to all El Pollo Loco locations in America.
– El Pollo Loco world record breakers were back in 1995 when they decided to make the world’s largest burrito.
– In 2005, El Pollo Loco Charities was founded; a non-profit charity which provides meals for underprivileged families.
– One of the things that makes El Pollo Loco stand out from their competitors is the fact that they only use fresh ingredients in their dishes.
– There is no fast food franchise that doesn’t offer a secret menu to its customers and El Pollo Loco is no different. If tortillas aren’t your thing, you want something low carb, or you follow a vegan diet, El Pollo Loco.
– There are several levels of grill mastery – Certified Grill Master, Grill Master Trainer, Expert Grill Master, Elite Grill Master and to get to the final level of The Champion Grill Master, cooks have to win the coveted top spot at the annual Grill Master Challenge.
– El Pollo Loco has the Crazy Chicken.

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39 thoughts on “Top 10 Untold Truths of El Pollo Loco!!!”

  1. El pollo loco is NOT like it used to be !!! It is now owned by American fast food disgusting people… Nothing from pollo loco is fresh besides the chicken !!! Everything else is pre prepared 🤢🤢🤢

  2. I used to work at pollo loco and they’re right about the fresh food, we would get there sometimes two hours early to prepare everything for the day. It was basically the calm of the storm and everyone was trying to read how busy it would be.

    Pretty fun.

  3. I have really bad allergies to food because of it being processed and all them chemicals I tried pollo loco back in 2006 and I didn’t get stomach pains. I hope they never change it’s my favorite.

  4. They use the lowest grade of meat available called "cull". .They get a good price buying it before it spoils and turn it over fast.

  5. EPL was in Philippines too. In Mall of Asia, Megamall and North EDSA. I don't know if they have in Alabang Town Center or Trinoma.

  6. I remember when "el pollo loco" had the crazy amazing flavor. That never back again. It is now simple grill chicken on gas flame.

  7. El Pollo Loco is what mostly most ppl nowadays know it for as it was called El Pollo Esado especially when I was a kid and I'm 42

  8. I never knew that El Pollo Loco had already tried and failed Houston. Their re-entry into the market had been mixed with some locations doing great and others closing after only months.

  9. What do all these random movie clips even have to do with EPL? If WatchMojo is the Athlete's Foot of Youtube then Babbletop is gangrene.

  10. The people hear in the East will never know how it is but there are a lot of people hear saying it is terrible. IDK whether it is good or bad.

  11. It used to be good. 20 years ago But now the chicken is so dry and their Burritos are awful I make it at home. I just brine a chicken with simple marinade and Yellow Food Coloring And Flame Cook Over Mesquite Wood. It’s Fantastic


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