Citysearch Editorial Review.
Plates full of crunchy, golden fried chicken, mounds of mac-n-cheese and sweet candied yams are some of the favorites that keep locals coming back for more at this Inglewood institution. The cozy, one-stop comfort food shop skimps on frilly decor and puts the focus where it counts: the food. As a result, the restaurant is generally packed for dinner and weekend brunch, where families and friends alike get stuffed on catfish and eggs in the morning, and chitlins and smothered pork chops at night.
Grandma's home cooking.
I was seated promptly. By the time I ordered my food and went to the resroom my food was on my table. I had the chicken and stuffing mealand I was impressed that the chicken was moist and well seasoned. The waiter did not check on me and my party and seemed to have disappeared after the initial serving. He didn't show up again until we were leaving.