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309 Glendale Blvd. (Temple St.) Send to Phone
A rare opportunity to sample Haitian cuisine, Tigeorges' offers a variety of succulent chicken from an avocado-wood-burning rotisserie.

Lunch & Dinner Mon.-Sat.
  • Dress code: Casual
  • Entertainment: Entertainment Sat.
  • Kid-friendly

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Tigeorges' Chicken Restaurant Review

: It's not that easy to find a bona fide Haitian restaurant in L.A., and this nifty little establishment is the only one we're familiar with. The chicken, hot from a specialty avocado-wood-burning rotisserie, is the main attraction, served with sides of fried plantains, beans, okra or pikliz (a condiment of pickled Scotch bonnet peppers). To start, deep-fried taro root, yucca bread and squash soup make for intriguing options. Goat, pork, red snapper and sautéed conch (which the menu reminds us is an aphrodisiac) are also traditional Haitian large plates on offer. For dessert, there's sweet potato pudding, rice pudding, or sweet plantains topped with caramel. The black Coke is a specialty beverage, a concoction of cola and espresso.
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