Howlin' Ray's

Row 1

Details
727 N Broadway #128
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(213) 935-8399
Fried Chicken
$
Hours
Wed–Sun: 11:00 AM–4:00 PM

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  • For a taste of Nashville-style hot chicken, a fried chicken concept with a kick, check out Howlin' Rays in Chinatown. The savory, spicy flavor concoction is even served with waffles on the weekends.
  • Opening in 2 weeks!
  • Found this truck across from the Vista Theatre in Los Feliz on Saturday. Fried Chicken on a piece of bread with picked. Order white or dark, select your spice & grab a side. Had the dark (thigh), yum!
  • Got the hot. Seasoned perfectly and wasn't too spicy.
  • No matter what piece of chicken you order here, the seasonings are the same and the flavor is awesome. The only thing that differs is the spiciness level chosen so order any piece and chow down.
  • Hands down the best fried chicken I've ever had. Also as someone who can generally handle spice, the hot is actually hot so be weary of going more intense.
  • Fried chicken and everything else
  • Parking only takes cash. Validate!! Also, the chefs counter is by far the best place to eat. Even if it takes a bit longer, wait for it. Much different experience. YES CHEF!!!!
  • There will probably be a line, visited on a Friday afternoon, at 3pm, and waited in line for approx 30 min. This was in early July, they opened at the end of April.
  • The mild is good and enough spice for the average person who isn't afraid of heat but still wants to taste their food. Hot is already very hot, I can't imagine what X-Ray feels like!
  • That chicken sandwich is the best damn sandwich in the friggin' world... Seriously, it's good AF. Get it mild to enjoy the taste. If you must try the Howlin' level spicy, just get a wing on the side.
  • Absolutely delicious, but anywhere hot or above is really really hot. If you are getting something on one of these hear levels, GET SWEET TEA. Sandwich and wings.
  • The Sandwich! The hot buns are on point. Any order of fried chicken will be amazing.
  • Who knew you could get "Hot Chicken" in Los Angeles. Pick your heat level. (mild, medium, hot, & extra hot.) I went for the hot & was pleased.
  • The sandwich!!!
  • Expect 1-2 hr wait. Fave: the sandwich - medium spice, wings - hot
  • Do note there is always a long line. Plan an hour wait to be safe.
  • Great spicy crispy fried chicken
  • Chicken is legit. Don't cheat yourself out of trying the greens. They do them right.
  • Chicken sandwich medium is perfect level of spicy. This place really lived up to the hype