This rotisserie chicken place in Sherman Oaks is from the people behind Plan Check, a.k.a. the people behind one of our favorite fried chicken sandwiches. And while it’s a good spot for a casual, semi-healthy workday lunch in the Valley, there’s nothing here worth going out of your way for. The chickens come in four different flavors, and each comes with two sides (get the sweet potato). The chicken is fine, but the sandwiches and bowls are more interesting.
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