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Honey's Kettle Fried Chicken
Chicken Restaurant$
Today 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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9537 Culver Blvd Culver City, CA 90232
9537 Culver BlvdUSCACulver City90232
(310) 202-5453honeyskettle.com
$Chicken RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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Airy & bright spot for homemade Southern comfort fare, including fried chicken & fresh biscuits.- Google
People talk about buttermilk biscuits, golden bird, comfort food, breast strip meal and real maple syrup
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Paul Lee
reviewed a week ago
Honey's Kettle makes the fried chicken of my dreams. But what about Roscoe's you ask?? Well, I'd take Honey's Kettle crispy, succulent, and juicy fried chicken and buttery biscuits topped with honey over limp waffles and expensive chicken at Roscoe's any day. Not to mention Honey's Kettle is in a much safer location and has a much shorter wait. Try to go during non peak hours (i.e. not at lunchtime or weekends) b/c if they run out of chicken, you will have to wait til' they finish cooking up another batch of the fried goodness.
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Stephanie Hakim
reviewed 2 months ago
1. We called, placed the order, they stated it would be ready in 15-20 minutes 2. We arrive 20 minutes later, the food is NOT ready because they supposedly prepare the food when you ARRIVE, which they OMITTED to tell us over the phone. 3. They told us to make up for the wait that they would add 2 extra pieces to our 8-piece order, they added 1 piece. 4. We PAID for 4 sides of Ranch dressing and received NONE. When I brought this up to their attention they let me know there was nothing they could do to resolve this issue. Honey's Kettle breeds thieves, liars and horrible cooks. Do not waste your money and health on this place.
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Jonathan Lovelady
reviewed 3 months ago
Loved the food they have it so try it if you are in downtown or just going to see a movie at the nearby theatre.
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Dana Carmel
reviewed a week ago
Great spot for fried chicken in downtown Culver City. Although it's pretty pricey, I prefer Honey's Kettle over Popeye's or KFC for the freshness and home cooked taste factor. Not the best value for money in terms of the amount of food you get, but the chicken is very tasty.
JASON D
reviewed 11 months ago
I took my gf after reading the "BAD" reviews and I have to say, I was at the Culver city place and the staff was great the " attitudes " where none existant!!!! ( maybe it was just the compton spot?) The young women who took our order was a very happy and cheerfull person, who made us laugh. We really enjoyed our time spent here. I think just maybe the place in compton should learn a lil " customer service skills" from the culver city staff!!!!
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Regina Lee
reviewed a year ago
These guys are always slow, but the food is always good. I went in tonight with a Google Offer that expired tonight. I asked for fish, no fish left. I asked for dark meat chicken, no dark meat chicken left. I asked, "how can I fill my order?" The Manager's answer was "biscuits" and a few pieces of white meat chicken. No other options. I asked if he could extend the Google Offer since there was almost no food left. He said no, which I can understand. But what I don't understand and find unacceptable is that he barely let me finish my sentence and kept on repeating, "I can't extend the offer" over and over again. OK, fine but let me finish my sentence. After repeating, "I can't extend it" about 20 times and not even giving me the time to ask about side orders that might be available, I was finally able to ask about a refund. Listen, I understand that food runs out, but there is no reason not to let the customer ask a question without interrupting the customer repeatedly. I was polite and even said "sorry" twice to try to get him to allow me to ask a question. Never wasting my time here again. Too bad. As they say, "you return for the service," and that's not going to happen.
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