Mami Nora’s is a really feel-good place. I’m not an expert on Peruvian chicken but I thought it was great–the skin was crispy and it was cooked to the exact right juiciness. It’s a ridiculous amount of food–a quarter chicken comes with a cup of chicken soup, a roll, and two sides for $4.99. They have what I think are the two sauces that traditionally come with Peruvian chicken (a green spicy one and a white creamy one); the green one was especially good. As for the sides, the black beans were just ok, the sweet plantains were great (mushy and yet crispy), and I liked the fried yucca (though I’ve never had it before, so have no comparison). Besides the food, the place made me really happy because the people working there were so dedicated to making me happy (you can tell the place is pretty new). The guy at the counter explained each Central/South American juice option to us (I got a sweet juice made of purple corn(??), pineapple, cinnamon and cloves), and we were asked how everything was about three times (they seemed genuinely concerned).
*UPDATE 2: It looks like they have a website up and running.