An excellent soul food spot with two locations in Inglewood (and one in Crenshaw), Dulan’s is a neighborhood institution. You order at the counter from big hot plates full of things like oxtails, smothered pork chops with gravy, and fried chicken. None of these are bad choices, but our go-to is the chicken, since it’s $10 for the chicken and two sides. The wing, leg, and breast you get are hot, crisp, and very juicy, and go well with a side of collard greens and corn and okra. We also highly recommend the macaroni and cheese - they bake it in a sheet pan, so there are plenty of crispy cheese edges that we can’t get enough of.
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