healthy soul fries, outstanding turkey burger, very cool african masks, overwhelming such friendliness, order honey lemonde, cold lemonade
This non-profit eatery lets low-income patrons pay what they can for food made with all-natural ingredients..
Unlike most soul food joints that push the boundaries of artery-clogging delights, this cafe/community center--located in South Los Angeles--is not only good for the heart, it also comes from the heart. Helping the local community with a pay-what-you-can system, folks enter the mural-painted, tribal-tinged eatery to order healthy, tasty dishes such as smoked turkey with grits and eggs, honey baked chicken, kale and watercress greens, tilapia with mac and cheese, salmon nuggets and turkey meatloaf.
Their Turkey Burger are outstanding, feel like a home away from home.. When i first walk in the culture jump right up in the face in my face, with the wooden african warrior in the waiting area. Then, the owner, Mr. Jacinto Rhines came in a greeted me with such friendliness it was overwhelming. He let try a sample of the Honey Lemonade and mannnnnnnnn, i was hooked from there. I check out the menu on the counter and notice that there was no prices. I ask his son, Kenneth who works there also, where are the prices, he said that there is no set prices, i pay what my tastebuds say. I could not believe that, but o.k. whatever. I order the Turkey Burger, soul fries and honey lemonde. The Turkey Burger was the bomb, and very delicious and juice burger, the fries were very good and healthy with skin still on it. Then i washed it down with some cold lemonade. After i was done eating, Mr. Rhines took on the tour of the place. The next called Mushland or something, had very cool African masks on the wall and african drums and all kind of poetry on the wall. If i would recommed patronizing this business, for one its Black owned and also because they are so down to earth.
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