Boyle Heights is now home to incredible Cameroonian cooking

My review of Mama D's African Cuisine, L.A. chefs in Vegas and more
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • July 10, 2021
Last fall, in the thick of the pandemic, Claudia Wanki was searching online for restaurant spaces to lease. She noticed one in a shopping center along South Soto Street in Boyle Heights. It had previously housed Puertos Del Pacifico, which...
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