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.
Where we've featured it
Inglewood has some of the most delicious and diverse restaurants around. These are the 17 places you need to be eating at right now.
More spots in InglewoodSee more
Karuba’s Yardy Kitchen
This Jamaican spot on Centinela is a popular place for takeout dinner and lunch in Inglewood - for good reason.
Rusty Pot Cafe
A greasy spoon diner in downtown Inglewood, Rusty Pot serves breakfast sandwiches we’d eat any time of day.
Orleans & York Deli
Orleans and York is a Cajun/New York-style shop sandwich in Inglewood, great for a quick bite or takeout.
More Southern spotsSee more
Lucky Bird is a fried chicken stall in Downtown LA’s Grand Central Market with easy seating, and very solid fried chicken.
Hilltop Coffee + Kitchen
Hilltop is a very good daytime cafe in View Park-Windsor Hills that serves excellent coffee and grain bowls.
Suggested by our writers
Blessed Tropical Jamaican Cuisine
Blessed Tropical is a family-run Jamaican restaurant in Inglewood that serves jerk chicken worth driving long distances to eat.
Ms. B's M & M Soul Food Restaurant
Ms. B's M&M Soul Food is an Inglewood institution with some of the best soul food in the neighborhood.
Little Belize is a family-run Belizean restaurant in Inglewood with good food and a party-like atmosphere.
Filter and browse restaurants near you
Text us for personalized recommendationsLearn more