Two Hommés could serve their Ghanaian jollof platter in the middle of traffic on the 405 and we’d still implore you to seek it out. Fortunately, all you actuallyneed to do is stop by this casual sit-down spot in Inglewood. Served in a mound as large as a hockey puck, the fluffy, moist rice dish comes with a side of meaty black beans and sweet plantains. This West African fusion spot from an LA chef duo (hence the name) also serves a bunch of fun mash-up dishes that’ll have you fighting over the leftovers, like fried catfish garlic noodles and berbere-dusted spicy honey chicken bites (they’re as good as the sound). We highly recommend dropping in for a date night, Sunday brunch, or whenever you’re in the mood to try something unique, but not too fussy.