Ms. B’s is an Inglewood institution and though they recently moved out of their original location on Manchester Blvd. to Imperial Hwy, the Southern soul food spot hasn’t missed a beat. The food is still very good and the new space is even better for large groups. The breaded catfish will always be our go-to here, but frankly, as long as you choose the mac n’ cheese and their house yams as sides, there’s no such thing as a bad meal here. Tip: Skip the sweet tea in lieu of The Obama - a lemonade-and-peach-tea mixture that puts the Arnold Palmer to shame.
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