Honey’s Kettle looks like a bland corporate brainstorm’s idea of a fast-casual fried chicken restaurant. Honey’s Kettle is not that. This isn’t a chain, just a single location in Downtown Culver that serves very good fried chicken. They use quality ingredients too, so you can feel slightly less guilty about the three-piece combo and biscuits you’re definitely ordering.
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