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Les Sisters' Southern Kitchen

21818 Devonshire Street, Chatsworth, CA - (818) 998-0755
Illustrating the culinary diversity of greater Los Angeles, Les Sisters serves the San Fernando Valley with fine Southern and Cajun fare. Their pan-fried chicken with collards and candied yams can’t be beat, but their jambalaya rates a close second. Wash it down with fresh lemonade served in wide-mouthed Mason jars and leave room for their phenomenal buttermilk pie.
80% Approval Rating (5 votes)

Scorecard

4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Southern Fried Chicken Dinner
BBQ Beef Sandwich
Buttermilk Pie
Shrimp Jambalaya
Hot Links
Crawfish Etouffee
Iced Tea/ Lemonade

Highlighted Reviews

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Chris & Amy Ayers - Photos (7)
Roadfood.com Editor
"Les Sisters’ Southern Kitchen proves that delicious and varied cuisine can be found in every corner of the city of Los Angeles. Situated at the northwest corner of the San Fernando Valley, this tiny restaurant is unobtrusively sandwiched between a tattoo parlor and a ..."   [Read More]

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Map & Web Site

21818 Devonshire Street, Chatsworth, CA
(818) 998-0755

Hours & Policies

Seasons:Open Year Round
Meals Served:Lunch, Dinner
Operational Hours:Always Call Ahead!
Credit Cards Accepted:Yes
Alcohol Served:No
Outdoor Seating:No
Reservations Accepted:No
Delivery Available:No
Takeout Counters:Yes
The fried chicken is heavily battered with ultra-brittle skin, while the inside meat is wonderfully moist and juicy.
"The fried chicken is heavily battered with ultra-brittle skin, while the inside meat is wonderfully moist and juicy."
Cliff Strutz





According to the menu, the crawfish etouffee can be very spicy. Although it didn't make us feel like we were dining on Bourbon Street, this is a very good version of the dish.
"According to the menu, the crawfish etouffee can be very spicy. Although it didn't make us feel like we were dining on Bourbon Street, this is a very good version of the dish."
Cliff Strutz


This is a meal fit for two--crispy Cajun fried chicken, creamy macaroni and cheese, collard greens, and a corn muffin.
"This is a meal fit for two--crispy Cajun fried chicken, creamy macaroni and cheese, collard greens, and a corn muffin. "
Chris & Amy Ayers


You don't have to ask for the hot sauce here--several different varieties are available on each table.
"You don't have to ask for the hot sauce here--several different varieties are available on each table."
Chris & Amy Ayers


The sweet, creamy, and deliciously unique buttermilk pie.
"The sweet, creamy, and deliciously unique buttermilk pie."
Chris & Amy Ayers


This BBQ beef sandwich contains more meat than the roll can handle.
"This BBQ beef sandwich contains more meat than the roll can handle."
Chris & Amy Ayers


The shrimp jambalaya is accompanied by a slice of grilled bread--perfect for soaking up the last drops of tomato sauce.
"The shrimp jambalaya is accompanied by a slice of grilled bread--perfect for soaking up the last drops of tomato sauce."
Chris & Amy Ayers


The hot links are crispy-skinned and come in a sweet BBQ sauce.
"The hot links are crispy-skinned and come in a sweet BBQ sauce."
Cliff Strutz


This colorful mural on the back wall adds to the homey atmosphere.
"This colorful mural on the back wall adds to the homey atmosphere."
Cliff Strutz


Even the storefront sign boasts the best item on the menu--the pan fried chicken.
"Even the storefront sign boasts the best item on the menu--the pan fried chicken."
Chris & Amy Ayers


Les Sisters' no-frills storefront might detract some, but true food mavens know that these vittles far surpass the simple decor.
"Les Sisters' no-frills storefront might detract some, but true food mavens know that these vittles far surpass the simple decor."
Chris & Amy Ayers



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