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Eight Los Angeles food experts have named Honey's Kettle in downtown Culver City the city's best fried chicken. The judges included Lesley Bargar-Sutur, the food editor of Los Angeles Magazine; Jason Kessler of FlyandDine.com; and Matthew Kang, the editor of EaterLA.
Here's what Jason Kessler had to say about Honey's Kettle:
If anybody tells you that Honey's Kettle isn't the best friend chicken in all of LA, then you can immediately discount their opinion on everything else. It's the perfect batter fried to the perfect temperature with the perfect crunch.
Honey's Kettle -- located at 9537 Culver Blvd -- was founded in 2000 by husband and wife duo Vincent and Arlene Williams. Their chicken is farm-fresh, hand-dipped, and fried in 100 percent peanut oil. Other items on the menu include shucked corn, Ice-Shaker Lemonade, sautéed green beans, hand-mashed potatoes, and homemade biscuits with local honey. And the restaurant's website boasts that their master chef, Vincent Williams, has the distinction of frying more pieces of chicken than any other individual on the planet -- millions of pieces every year.
Read the whole article on the best fried chicken in Los Angeles (on Thrillist.com) HERE.