L.A.'s Iconic Dish Comes Down To Donuts and French Dip | KCET
L.A.'s Iconic Dish Comes Down To Donuts and French Dip
The French dip from Philippe's beat the chicken and waffles from Roscoe's. The fried chicken put up a good fight, but it was ultimately no match for a restaurant that's over 100 years old.
On the other side, the strawberry donut at The Donut Man bested the BBQ chicken pizza from CPK. Guess our anti-establishment streak is showing.
Philippe's and Donut Man will go head to head for three days, starting tomorrow. Come back then and vote!
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