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If you ever find yourself off the 710, then consider yourself lucky. Compton’s reputation is slowly changing from a city to avoid, to one to explore. The following enticing array of restaurants will fill both soul and stomach, proving that it’s worth a trip down to South Central.
Visiting Sistah’s is a tang of real southern hospitality. Come hungry and leave with a full stomach and a fulfilled soul. The aroma upon arrival is riveting. All their meats are exquisitely seasoned and cooked to perfection. The first timer go-to is the turkey meatloaf dinner. The turkey meatloaf is the perfect amount of moistness and firmness. It has a flavor that can only be due to the finely chopped vegetables and the seasoning in the loaf. A dinner plate includes four sides and can feed two people. The best to match with the meatloaf is mashed potatoes, green beans and double mac and cheese. The sides are homespun, even in presentation. To top it all off don’t forget to order dessert. Sistah’s has a selection of amazing homemade southern treats, like banana pudding, peach cobbler and sweet potato pie, all of them a slice of sugary heaven.
Sistah’s Soul Food, City Shopping Center, 2201 North Long Beach Boulevard, Compton, CA, +1 562 450 8853
Sunshine is always happy to welcome people into her small establishment. She greets you with a smile and feeds you like a grandmother. Unlike other popular self-serving Korean barbecue places, Sunny still believes in taking your plate to the table. All the food is made to order and the meats are thoroughly marinated. The meat and rice go perfect with the homemade kimchi, coleslaw, marinated cucumbers, spiced cassava and other items.
Sunshine’s Chinese & Korean BBQ, 2706 East Alondra Boulevard, Compton, CA, +1 310 638 6680