Don't believe the rumors – Westlake's famed Haitian restaurant TiGeorges' Chicken isn't going anywhere, according to George Laguerre himself. The native Haitian has made his famous chicken for more than a decade, and despite whispers of impending closure, the perfectly seasoned cluckers with a side of rice and beans will continue to emerge from the kitchen. The vibe inside, all bright colors and tiled tables, isn't going away either. But the next time you consider heading over the Glendale Boulevard for some of that famous spit-fired bird or the perfectly fried plantains, stop by early for a sip of Laguerre's Haitian coffee. The beans are straight from his family's own farm, roasted on site with a bit of brown sugar and poured over with steamed milk that tastes of bay leaves and key lime. There are no conflicting rumors as to who makes the best Haitian coffee in Los Angeles -- it's Laguerre.
Cuisines: Caribbean, Haitian
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash
Parking: Lot Available